Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) today filed a case against BNP leader Mosaddek Ali Falu and three others under the Money Laundering Act for siphoning off Tk 183.92 crore to Dubai.
The case was lodged against Mosaddek Ali Falu, a former advisory council member of BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia, and the three others lodged with Uttara Police Station this evening, ACC Public Relations Officer Pranab Kumar Bhattacharya told The Daily Star.
The three others are: SAK Ikramuzzaman, managing director of RAK Ceramics and Rakhen Development Company Ltd; Syed AK Anwaruzzaman, director of Star Ceramics Private Ltd; and Md Amir Hossain, former director of RAK Consumer Products Ltd and Star Ceramics Private Ltd.
An assistant director of the anti-graft watchdog filed the case under the Money Laundering Act, the ACC PRO said.
According to the ACC, Falu in association with the three businessmen introduced offshore companies named Al Madina International Ltd, Tri Star Ltd and Development EUE in Dubai in 2010.
By doing so, they siphoned off Tk 183.92 crore from the country amassed through illegal means, the ACC said in its approved First Information Report (FIR).