A Dhaka court will deliver the judgment in a money laundering case filed against businessman Giasuddin Al Mamun on April 24.
Judge Abu Syed Diljar Hossain of Special Judge Court- 3 of Dhaka set the date after conclusion of arguments from both the prosecution and the defence today.
Earlier, the court recorded statements of eight prosecution witnesses including complainant of the case.
On April 29 in 2012, the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) Assistant Director Mohammad Ibrahim submitted the charge sheet to the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate's Court in Dhaka, bringing allegation that Mamun siphoned off around 4,18,853 British pounds to the United Kingdom.
On September 22 in 2011, the ACC filed the case with the Cantonment Police Station against Mamun, an aide of BNP acting chairman Tarique Rahman. He is currently in jail in connection with different cases.
Mamun, who was made accused in 13 other cases, has already been convicted and sentenced to 20 years in jail in three cases, two of which were for corruption.