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HC asks BTRC to remove Murad’s indecent remarks from social media

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Published: 12:59, 7 December 2021   Update: 16:27, 7 December 2021
HC asks BTRC to remove Murad’s indecent remarks from social media

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The High Court has directed the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) to remove all indecent videos and audio contents of State Minister for Information Murad Hassan from online and social media in 24 hours.

The HC bench of Justice M Enayetur Rahim and Justice Md Mostafizur Rahman on Tuesday issued the order on a suomuto move after Supreme Court lawyer Syed Sayedul Haque Suman prayed for necessary directives in this regard.

The HC bench also asked Deputy Attorney General Bepul Bagmar to convey the court order to the BTRC and inform it by tomorrow.

During an interview on social media recently, the junior minister made derogatory remarks on BNP acting Chairman Tarique Rahman and his daughter Zaima Rahman.

BNP on Monday demanded State Minister for Information Murad Hassan apologise publicly and withdraw his “politically motivated, racial and derogatory” remarks against women and the Zia family.

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