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Notice to Ragib-Rabeya Medical College to remove establishments

Sylhet Correspondent
The local administration has asked Jalalabad Ragib-Rabeya Medical College Hospital authorities to remove their establishments from Tarapur Tea Garden by July 30.
The district administration issued a notice to the principal of the medical college on Wednesday, said DC Md Joynal Abedin.
Earlier on January 19, the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, led by Chief Justice SK Sinha, asked the medical college authorities to remove the establishments from the tea garden within six months.
As the college authorities failed to comply with the court order within the deadline that expired on July 18, the administration issued the notice.
A total 337 establishments, including the medical college, had been set up graving the land of the tea garden.
On May 15, 323 acres of total 422.96 acres of land were handed over to custodian Pankaj Kumar Gupta of the tea garden following the court order.
On July 2, 1915, Boikuntho Chandra Gupta vested his tea garden on Shri Shri Radha Krishna Zeu.
After his death, his son Rajendra Gupta inherited the tea garden.
In 1968, the then Pakistan government declared the garden as ‘Enemy Property’.
Later, Industrialist Ragib Ali and his accomplices grabbed the land and set up establishments after Pankaj went to India in 1990.
Two cases were filed against the land grabbers and charges were pressed against Ragib Ali and his son Abdul Hye.
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