The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court (SC) yesterday barred two lawyers from practicing at Su-preme Court for next four weeks for using ‘derogatory language’ in a letter written to the Chief Justice.
The two accused lawyers are– Mohammad Moshin Rashid and Shah Ahmed Badal.
The Appellate Division bench headed by Chief Justice Obaidul Hassan passed the order, asking the two concerned lawyers to submit their explanations over the matter in four weeks and barred them from con-ducting any cases at the Supreme Court in that time.
The apex court came up with the order as senior jurist AJ Mohammad Ali pleaded time for his two col-leagues.
The Appellate Division on January 3 in a Suo Moto order, summoned Mohammad Moshin Rashid and Shah Ahmed Badal to submit their explanations over the use of language used in the letter written.
The two lawyers wrote the letter to the Chief Justice on December 1.