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Minister for law, justice and parliamentary affairs Anisul Huq on Sunday said nowadays Dr Kamal refutes the constitution what he compiled as the Chairman of the constitution compiler committee after the liberation war.
He came up with the comment in reply to a query of the media over Dr Kamal’s recent comment, made at a Chattogram public meeting, that the government is violating constitution. He was approached by the media after attending a programme at Judicial Administration Training Institute (JATI) in the capital.
The minister said Awami League government never violates the constitution.
“If we have to stand before court on the claim, we will do,” he added.
Anisul haq told that he could make hard reply to the lawyer Dr Kamal’s statement about his father, but he was not used to misbehaving with the older.
On the occasion, Anisul Haq also said earlier he has sent the Representation of People Order (RPO) amendment proposal to the Cabinet Division after verifying the Election Commission’s proposal to amend it.
And the bill will be placed before the cabinet on Monday, he informed.
The cabinet directives will be sought and after putting some final touches the bill will be presented before the parliament to be finally passed.
The minister also told on Digital Security Act adding that the act has no aim to diminish freedom of speech, freedom for newspapers or any other freedom.
Investigative journalism will not be hampered for it, he asserted.
He said that is only for maintaining digital security, not more anything else.
That is why there is no chance to change the digital security act, he added.
In his speech on the occasion he urged the transportation labor to withdrawing ongoing strikes and to understand the law that says no provision for being panelized without any offence.
The inauguration program presided over by the Director General of JATI Justice Khandaker Musa Khaled, and law secretary Abu Saleh Md Zahirul Haque was present.