Bangladesh Energy Regulatory Commission (BERC) Chairman Md Abdul Jalil today offered genuine conciliatory sentiment to the High Court for not conforming to its order over fixing the cost of melted oil gas (LPG).
He offered the expression of remorse through presenting a request to the HC seat of Justice Md Mozibur Rahman Miah and Justice Mohi Uddin Shamim while hearing a hatred of court rule gave against him over the issue.
The HC seat fixed January 11 one year from now for a point by point hearing on whether it will exculpate the BERC executive, his attorney Abdul Matin Khasru revealed to The Daily Star.
On November 29, a similar HC seat gave the scorn of court rule against the BERC administrator for not following its mandate over fixing the cost of melted oil gas (LPG).
In the standard, the HC asked the BERC director to clarify in about fourteen days why hatred of court procedures ought not be brought against him and why he ought not be rebuffed for not actualizing its order.
The HC seat gave the standard during hearing an appeal documented by Consumers' Association of Bangladesh (CAB).
Candidate's legal advisor Jyotirmoy Barua told the HC seat drove by Justice Md Mozibur Rahman Miah that after a similar request another HC seat on August 25 this year requested the BERC and its director to fix the LPG cost in the wake of holding a mass hearing on the issue and to present a report to this court in 30 days subsequent to following the mandate.
In any case, the BERC administrator has not actualized the August 25 request, which is equivalent to hatred of court, he said.
Legal counselor Jyotirmoy Barua on November 29 revealed to The Daily Star that the BERC has not fixed any LPG cost after 2009, in spite of the fact that it should fix the value each year contrasting and the International market.
The service of intensity on December 25 a year ago gave a letter saying that the BERC is the position to fix the cost of LPG, he added.