The High Court has asked police to take legal action against Fariz Rahman who caused injuries to four persons as he hit two rickshaws after losing control over the steer of his car in the capital.
The vacation bench comprising of Justice Sheikh Hasan Arif and Justice Md Iqbal Kabir on Tuesday gave the order.
The bench also asked police to take legal action against the owner of the care within 14 days after hearing a writ petition filed by lawyer Anik R Rahman.
The court also made six persons defendants including Inspector General of Police (IGP), Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) Commissioner and Officer-in-Charge of Gulshan thana.
Fariz Rahman, nephew of former Awami League law maker Iqbal, hit two rickshaws after losing control over the steer of his car at Gulshan area in the capital. Four persons were injured in the incident.