Dhaka – Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has underscored the need for harmony among three state organs to run the country properly as she believes every organ is complementary to each other.
“Here we expect a situation where the three organs of the state- executive, legislature and judiciary- would not supersede each other or show their strength to each other,” the Prime Minister said inaugurating the newly constructed residential complex for Supreme Court judges, in Dhaka.
All the three organs should function in a way so that the state is run properly, she said adding that every constitutional body has to exercise power in public interest.
“We should not do anything which may disrupt public interest or create conflict with others,” Hasina said.
She extended her thanks to the judiciary for their courageous delivery of the judgment in Bangabandhu Murder Case which was the beginning of establishing justice in Bangladesh after 1975.
Hasina also thanked the judiciary for successful trial of the notorious war criminals of 1971 saying your every verdict was a milestone making the journey of Bangladesh smoother as an independent nation.
Pointing out the long process of formulating a law, she said elected representatives of the people are entitled to frame laws in the public interest.
“If any law is declared null and void by a two-member bench then all efforts behind the process goes in vein,” Hasina said requesting the judges to look into such matters more carefully.