A Dhaka court yesterday placed Mohammedan Sporting Club director (in-charge) M Lokman Hossain Bhuiyan on a seven-day remand, in case filed for amassing wealth of Tk 4.34 crore illegally.
Dhaka Senior Special Judge KM Emrul Kayesh passed the order after ACC Assistant Director Saiful Islam, also investigation officer of the case, produced him before it with a seven-day remand prayer.
The same court also set November 13 for hearing on a 10-day remand prayer sought for quizzing alleged online casino kingpin Salim Prodhan, in a case filed for amassing wealth of Tk 12.27 crore illegally.
The Anti-Corruption Commission on October 27 filed two separate cases against them with its Integrated District Office.
According to the case statement, Lokman showed non-movable property worth Tk 64.2 lakh and movable property worth Tk 79.7 lakh in the 2018-19 tax year, but failed to show legal source behind the property.
Bangladesh Financial Intelligence Unit also found that Lokman’s wife and children have Tk 2.96 crore, but he concealed the information in his income tax statement.