In this situation, it was decided in the book fair management committee meeting on Saturday afternoon, that the publishing house will be considered ineligible to participate in the stall allocation lottery held on January 22, in view of its refusal to comply with the standard stall allocation conditions. In view of this, the notification also mentions that stall allocation will not be given in favor of Adarsh.
In the eyes of Bangla Academy, the ‘controversial’ part of the book ‘In search of Bengali mediocrity’ has also been highlighted in the press release. It is said there, Bengali ethnicity on page 15 of the book; On page 16, Department of Judiciary, Justice, Constitution of Bangladesh, Member of Parliament; On page 20, the Liberation War, Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and the historical speech of March 7 and on page 71, obscene, tasteful, sarcastic statements about Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina are given. Which is contrary to the right to freedom of expression, speech and expression subject to reasonable restrictions as stated in Article 39 (2) of the Constitution. Similarly, the committee feels that the book is against the rules and regulations of the book fair.