Appellate Division Cases
Kazi Muhammad Khokon ……………………..Petitioner
Deputy Secretary (Registration)
Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs,
Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh,
Secretariat, Dhaka and others ……………………….Respondents
Md. Ruhul Amin J
M.M. Ruhul Amin J
Md. Tafazzul Islam J
JUDGEMENT DATE: 30th November 2006
Any error apparent on the face of the judgment sought to be reviewed passed by this Division nor the petition for review has been filed upon discovery of new fact……………(2)
Civil Review Petition No. 60 of 2005 (From the judgment and Order dated February 2, 2005 passed by the Appellate Division in Civil Petition for Leave to Appeal No. 360 of 2003)
Abu Sayeed, Advocate-on-record …………………..For the Petitioner
Respondents ……………. Not represented.
1. Md. Ruhul Amin J : This petition has been filed seeking review of the judgment dated February 2, 2005 in Civil Petition for Leave to Appeal No. 360 of 2003. By the aforesaid judgment this Court dismissed the civil petition for leave to appeal. The Civil petition for leave to appeal was filed against the judgment of the High Court Division dated January 26, 2003 discharging the Rule obtained in Civil Revision No. 3497 of 1999. The civil revision was filed against the judgment and order of the Court of District Judge, Dinajpur in Miscellaneous Appeal was filed against the order dated April 13, 1998 and April 15, 1998 of the Court of Senior Assistant Judge, Dinajpur rejecting the application for temporary injunction as well as the application for madatory injunction. On perusal of the petition for review we find that the petitioner in the garb of review petition is trying to get the petition for leave to appeal heard afresh.
2. The learned Advocate-on-record could not point out any error apparent on the face of the judgment sought to be reviewed passed by this Division nor the petition for review has been filed upon discovery of new fact.
3. In that state of the matter we do not find any merit in this petition.
4. Accordingly review petition is dismissed.
Source: IV ADC (2007), 227