ACC files cases against ‘top yaba traders’ over illegal wealth
The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has prosecuted two "top yaba traders" in Cox's Bazar for "amassing wealth illegally."
Md Humayun Kabir, assistant director at ACC Chattogram office, filed the cases yesterday.
Of the accused, Enamul Haque of Najirpara village is a member of Teknaf Sadar union council while Md Abdullah is a resident of Hatiarghona village under the upazila.
Both of them are currently behind bars in cases filed under the arms and narcotics act, the ACC official said.
Citing investigation findings, he claimed that Abdullah had illegally amassed over Tk1 crore while Anamul Tk 37 lakh.
"Their illegal wealth would be seized as soon as possible through court," he added.