Eventually, six people, including actress Mehzabin Chowdhury, actor Afran Nisho and barrister Saidul Haque Sumon, were released. They have been accused of using the word ‘negative’ about persons with disabilities and disabilities.
According to court sources, the report was submitted on Sunday.
The first lawsuit was filed against a drama called ‘Ghatana Satya’, which was aired on Channel I’s Eid-ul-Azha on July 23.
The accused in the case are actress Mehzabin Chowdhury, actor Afran Nisho, managing director of Channel I Faridur Reza Sagar, news anchor Sheikh Siraj, screenwriter Moinul Sanu and director Rubel Hasan.
The second lawsuit was filed in connection with the July 11 episode of Channel I’s talk show ‘To the Point’.
There are allegations that a commentator has expressed ‘negative views’ about people with disabilities.
The accused in the case are Faridur Reza Sagar, Sheikh Siraj, program planner Zahid Newaz Khan, producer Raju Alim, presenter Soma Islam and barrister Saidul Haque Sumon who was present as negotiator.
The lawsuit alleges that people with disabilities and their parents and families were “put at risk” in the dialogue shown in the play ‘Ghatana Satya’.
In the second case, the plaintiff complained about a comment made by Barrister Saidul Haque Sumon regarding the match between Argentina and Brazil on ‘To the Point’ program.
It is alleged that in the talk show, Barrister Sumon said,
Jumping is OK.
We have been fans of Maradona since childhood, but we will make our own boy disabled like this