Corruption refers to “use of ones official position for personal and group gain and that includes unethical actions like bribery, nepotism, patronage, conflict of interest, divided loyalty, influence peddling, misuse or stealing of government property, selling of favors, receiving kickbacks, embezzlement, fraud, extortion, misappropriation under or over invoicing administrative documents and use of regulation as bureaucratic capital” For an effective and speedy step to prevent corruption the Government has taken initiative and passed an Act named as The Anti-Corruption Commission Act, 2004 (Act 5 of 2005). But corruption arises day by day in different shapes and forms. As a result it is often seen that existing laws does not cover the newly shaped corruption. That’s why in many cases it required to file writ petition under 102 of the Costitution of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh regtarding corruption matter.
Law for Nations has represented a number of writ petition regarding corruption matters successfully.