There are many pending drug cases in Cox’s Bazar district. For this reason, a proposal has been sent to the government’s policy-making body to form a tribunal by appointing an additional judge of the status of district and session judge to settle the pending drug cases in Cox’s Bazar judicial department at the earliest. This proposal is under final process at the higher levels of the government. This proposal will be approved within this year and a separate tribunal will be formed to settle drug cases in the Cox’s Bazar Judicial Department. Last Saturday (March 11) in the Cox’s Bazar Judicial Conference, the Senior District and Sessions Judge of Cox’s Bazar Mohammad Ismail disclosed this information in the welcome speech of the President. Cox’s Bazar District Judge Court Conference In the conference held in the room, Senior District and Sessions Judge Mohammad Ismail also said that if only drug cases are settled through a separate tribunal, drug dealers will easily come under the law and drug trafficking can be prevented to some extent through the legal process. Senior District and Sessions Judge Mohammad Ismail said that Cox’s Bazar A proposal has been sent to create additional posts of 4 additional Joint District and Sessions Judges for the Judiciary Department. Among them, 1 person has been proposed for the Joint District and Sessions Judge Chakaria Chowki Court. This proposal is also being positively processed in the policy making circles of the government. If this proposal is approved, a total of 6 joint district and session judge courts will work in Cox’s Bazar, including the previous 2 joint district and session judges. Then the pending cases of Cox’s Bazar Judicial Department, which is burdened with about 90 thousand cases, will be settled in the fastest time. Judge Mohammad Ismail, the leader of the District Judicial Department, also said that a huge mega project is being implemented in Cox’s Bazar district. Several economic zones are being set up. For this reason, the government is spending more than 50 thousand crore rupees for land compensation. The value of land here has also increased abnormally. So the litigation also increased. Because of this, the law and order situation is also becoming unstable. Again, Cox’s Bazar is burdened by the burden of about 12 lakh Rohingya refugees. The crimes of Rohingya are also increasing day by day. Therefore, he called for establishing good governance and keeping the law and order situation normal with the concerted efforts of all concerned, including state agencies, private organizations, lawyers, without placing the responsibility on anyone. He requested everyone’s sincere cooperation to further develop and enrich the criminal and civil justice system. Cox’s Bazar District Legal Aid Officer and Senior Assistant Judge Sazzatun Necha and Senior Judicial Magistrate Asad Uddin Md Asif jointly conducted the Women and Child Torture Prevention Tribunal among learned judges – Judge (District Judge) Mohammad Mosleh Uddin of 1 and Judge (District Judge) Md Noor Alam of Tribunal-2, Chief Judicial Magistrate Abdullah Al Mamun, Additional District and Sessions Judge-3 Abdul Quader, Additional District and Sessions Judge-5 Nishat Sultana, Joint District and Sessions Judge-1 Mahmudul Hasan, Senior Assistant Judge Sushant Prasad Chakma, Chakria Chowki Court Senior Assistant Judge Zia Uddin Ahmad, Senior Judicial Magistrate Abul Mansoor Siddiqui, Hamimun Tanzin, Saineen Nahi, Akhtar Javed, Mohammad Ehsanul Islam, Asst. Judge (Teknaf) Omar Farooq, Assistant Judge (Qutubdia) Fahmida Sattar etc. “Identification of Problems and Reasons for Delay in Disposing of Civil and Criminal Litigation and Ways to Overcome the Said Problems” Vol. Among others, PBI Superintendent of Police Sarwar Alam, CID Superintendent of Police Mohammad Shaheed Mia, District Police Additional Superintendent of Police (Crime and Ops) Shakeel Ahmad, Awami League Central Religious Affairs Secretary Advocate Sirajul Mostafa, Additional District Magistrate Md. Abu Sufian, representative of Civil Surgeon Dr. Imrul Kayes, representative of 34 BGB Harunor Rashid, representative of RAB-15 ASP Md. Jamilul Haque, representative of Zilla Sadar Hospital Dr. Mohammadul Haque, President of Cox’s Bazar District Bar Association Advocate Sirajul Islam -4, General Secretary Advocate Mohammad Tarek, GP Advocate Mohammad Ishaq, PP Advocate Faridul Alam Farid, Divisional Forest Officer (North) Md. Anwar Hossain Sarkar, Divisional Forest Officer (South) Sarwar Alam, District Jail District Shaukat Hossain Mia, City Social Service Officer Mizanur Rahman, Advocate Mohammad Jahangir, Advocate Nurul Mostafa Manik, Advocate Shamim Ara Sapna, Advocate Nurul Islam, Advocate Azam Moinuddin, Advocate Shibulal Devdas, Adv. Advocate Zia Uddin Ahmad, Advocate Syed Rezaur Rahman, Advocate Badiul Alam, Advocate Ekramul Huda etc. participated in the discussion. Administrative Officer of District and Sessions Judge Court SM Abbas Uddin said that the conclusion of the conference by the President Senior District and Sessions Judge Mohammad Ismail is very important. The day-long judicial conference will end with a speech.