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‘Indian govt won’t interfere in Jamaat funding probe’

‘Indian govt won’t interfere in Jamaat funding probe’

Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said law will take its own course in the probe into allegations that a portion of the multi-crore rupee Saradha chit fund scam had been funnelled by a Trinamool Congress lawmaker to Jamaat-e-Islami party in Bangladesh. "Law will take its own course and the government will not interfere in the probe," Singh told the media when a journalist asked him about Kolkata newspapers reports alleging that huge money of Saradha chit fund scam had been sent to Jamaat, reports our New Delhi correspondent. Leading...

ACC to probe subpar crest scam

ACC to probe subpar crest scam

Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has decided to probe the alleged irregularities in making and purchasing of subpar shields awarded to foreign friends and organisations for contributions to the country's Liberation War of 1971, the ACC chief said today. ACC Chairman M Badiuzzaman disclosed it during the commission’s regular meeting at its Segunbagicha office in the...

Probe HR abuses credibly: Mozena

Probe HR abuses credibly: Mozena

United States Ambassador to Bangladesh Dan Mozena today advised the government to conduct thorough, timely and credible investigations of all alleged human rights violation and abuses. "I continue to urge the government to conduct thorough, timely and credible investigations of all alleged human rights violation and abuses and to report findings in a transparent...

Let an ex-CJ probe Narayanganj killings: BNP

Let an ex-CJ probe Narayanganj killings: BNP

BNP today urged the government to form a three-member team led by a former chief justice to probe the gruesome abduction and killing of seven persons in Narayanganj. The two other members of the team should be a former cabinet secretary and a human rights activist, said BNP acting secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam...

ACC launches probe against Hawlader

ACC launches probe against Hawlader

The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has launched a probe into the allegation of illegal wealth accumulation by Jatiya Party Secretary General ABM Ruhul Amin Hawlader. The commission at its regular meeting today decided to conduct the probe into graft allegation against the Jatiya Party leader, ACC Public Relations Officer Pranab Kumar Bhattacharya told the news agency. According to a graft allegation received by the ACC recently, Hawlader’s business firm -- KR Fashion -- has a large quantity of land at Kuakata in Patuakhali. But, the land was not mentioned in the affidavit he submitted to the Election Commission before the 10th parliamentary polls held on January 5. Apart from the KR Fashion, Hawlader allegedly...

Prosecution gets probe report on ‘Jamaat war crimes’

Prosecution gets probe report on ‘Jamaat war crimes’

War crimes investigators today submitted to the prosecution the probe report on Jamaat-e-Islami's role during the Liberation War of the country. Investigation officer Matiur Rahman handed over the 373-page report along with other documents to chief prosecutor Ghulam Arief Tipoo at his office around 1:20pm. At a press conference on Tuesday, the investigators said they...

Missing jet: cops looking into pilot suicide

Missing jet: cops looking into pilot suicide

Police are looking into possible pilot suicide in their investigation into missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, says Malaysian acting Transport Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein. Speaking at a press conference at the Sama-Sama Hotel here, Hishammuddin said the police were investigating the possibility, reports Malaysian daily The Star. However, he declined to say whether any...

Rab will now probe Kishoreganj bank heist

Rab will now probe Kishoreganj bank heist

Rab will now investigate the Kishoreganj Sonali Bank heist case involving Tk 16.40 crore as the High Court ordered the government to hand over it to the elite forces within 48 hours. The HC also issued a rule upon the government to explain in two weeks why it should not be directed to bring...

BCL to probe attack on RU students

Bangladesh Chhatra League, student wing of the ruling Awami League, has formed a five-member committee to probe Sunday’s incident of Rajshahi University. Around 100 RU students and eight journalists were wounded yesterday, as armed Chhatra League men backed by police attacked the students protesting fee hikes and evening shift master's courses

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