The High Court bench of Justice Quazi Reza-Ul Hoque and Justice Mohammad Ullah in its order also asked to provide sufficient security to the family of the victim.
The health secretary and DG of Directorate General of Health Services will comply with the order.
The court also ordered to the Inspector General of Police and Superintendent of Jhenaidah police to provide security to the family of the victim
The court also fixed January 4, 2017 as the next hearing day on this issue.
On November 22, in a suo-moto order, the court had asked police to land in jail the alleged stalkers within 72 hours who beat Shahanur up as he protested harassment against his daughter in Noldanga village in Kaliganj upazila.
The court asked police to file a report before complying with the order on November 27. On November 27, as the state counsel sought time, the date was then fixed to November 29.
SP Mizanur Rahman placed the report before the court yesterday which said that three of 16 accused in a case filed in connection with the incident had been arrested before the High Court order, while 13 surrendered before a lower court later.
One of the accused secured bail from the lower court.
The suo-moto rule was issued after a news article drew the court’s notice that said in the incident, taken placed on October 16, the father was beaten up indiscriminately and his both legs had to be amputated because of his injuries.
After the incident, police had allegedly denied lodging any case against the accused which compelled Shahanur’s family to file two cases with a local court.
Md Kamal, general secretary of Kastobhanga union unit Jubo League – youth wing of ruling Awami League, has been made the prime accused, according to the case statements.
Kamal is also a union parishad member, who allegedly runs a gang called Kamal Bahini to maintain supremacy in the locality. Vicitm Shahanur’s daughter has stopped going to school fearing more attacks.