Writ seeks judicial inquiry into e-commerce scams
A writ was filed before the High Court on Wednesday seeking a judicial inquiry into fraudulent business of e-commerce entities.
Barrister Mohammad Humayun Kabir Pallab and Barrister Mohammad Kawser filed the petition on behalf of human rights organization Law and Life Foundation and two clients of controversial e-commerce platforms Evaly and e-orange.
Eighteen including Secretary of Commerce Ministry, Secretary of Finance Ministry, Secretary of Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications, Secretary of Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs, Governor of Bangladesh Bank, Chairman of National Board of Revenue, Director General of National Consumer Rights Protection Department and Chairman of Competition Commission have been made respondents t0 the writ.
Confirming the information, Barrister Pallab said a HC bench…