Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) yesterday sued a listed yaba trader of Teknaf in Cox’s Bazar on charges of amassing wealth beyond known sources and concealing information about his wealth.
Deputy Assistant Director Sharif Uddin of Integrated District Office (Ctg 2) of the anti-graft watchdog filed the case against Mohammed Amin with Double Mooring Police Station in Chattogram city, said police.
Sources in police said Amin’s name is included in a list of yaba traders from Teknaf.
Accused Amin is the father of Tasfia Amin, an English medium school student, whose body was recovered from concrete blocks on the bank of Karnaphuli river in the port city’s naval area on May 2 last year.
Mohammed Amin, hailing from Teknaf upazila’s Dailpara village, is a resident of the city’s OR Nizam Road area.
Citing the case statement, Double Mooring Police Station Inspector (investigation) Jahir Hossain told The Daily Star that Amin gave false information about movable and immovable property worth Tk 32.29 lakh to the anti-graft body.
Besides, charges were brought against him for accumulating wealth worth over Tk 6.35 crore from unknown sources, said the police officer.