SC stays HC decision proclaiming English medium school readmission charges unlawful

The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court today remained a High Court decision that in 2017 had pronounced unlawful the yearly readmission and meeting expenses charged by English-medium schools. 

The zenith court, nonetheless, maintained a HC order that asked English-medium schools to notice the public days in the way of Bangalee culture with due regard and to acquaint their understudies with the works and commitments of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheik Mujibur Rahman, world popular artist Rabindranath Tagore, public writer Kazi Nazrul Islam and other renowned Bangalee characters, Deputy Attorney General Samarendranath Biswas disclosed to The Daily Star. 

A four-part seat of the Appellate Division headed by Chief Justice Syed Mahmud Hossain passed the request subsequent to allowing a leave to advance request documented by the head of Green Dale International School testing the HC decision. 

The leave to bid request has now become a normal allure against the HC decision and the Appellate Division will later on convey the last decision on the allure through a conference, DAG Samarendranath added. 

Green Dale International School head's attorney M Asaduzzaman couldn't be reached through cellphone for his remarks on the issue.