ACC sues Shahed for embezzling Tk 1.51 crore | Daily Star
05:15 PM, July 22, 2020 / LAST MODIFIED: 05:46 PM, July 22, 2020

ACC sues Shahed for embezzling Tk 1.51 crore

Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) today files a case against Regent Hospital Chairman Mohammad Shahed and three others for misappropriating about Tk 1.51 crore of NRB Bank.

Other accused are Regent Hospital Managing Director Ibrahim Khalil, former vice-president of SME Division of NRB Bank Wahid-bin-Ahmed and former principal officer of the Bank Sohanur Rahman.

ACC's Assistant Director Sirajul Haque filed the case against them as they are primarily found involved in misappropriation of about Tk 1.51 crore between November 2014 and January 2018.

Shahed, who is now in jail, came to limelight after he was found involved in issuing fake Covid-19 certificate following a raid of Rab at the Regent Hospital.


Meanwhile, the ACC files another case against three including former manager of BASIC Bank's Gulshan branch for embezzling about Tk 9 crore.

The accused are Titan Apparels' managing director Hasibur Rahman and director Arshia Atik and manager (dismissed) of BASIC Bank Gulshan Branch S Asif Ahmed.

ACC's Assistant Director Mahbubul Alam filed the case with its Integrated District Office in Dhaka.

According to the case statement, the accused in collaboration with one another misappropriated Tk 8.96 crore between 2008 and 2012.

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