The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has asked the Director of Mugda General Hospital and managing director of Hotel Super Star to submit documents on living expenditure of doctors at the hotel.
In a letter signed by ACC Director Mir Md Zainul Abedin Shebly today sought the information to enquire into the allegations of misappropriation of funds allocated for the accommodation of doctors treating Covid-19 patients, said ACC's Public Relations Officer Pranab Kumar Bhattacharya.
Earlier, the ACC sought similar information from the managing director of Hotel 71 and the director of the hospital.
They submitted the documents last month, ACC source confirmed.
To facilitate accommodation of the doctors treating Covid-19 patients, the government rented hotel rooms.
In the letter, ACC sought the information for the sake of proper enquiry into the allegations of misusing power and embezzling government money.
The ACC asked the hospital authority to submit documents of allocations given for the accommodation, transport and meals of the doctors, nurses and staff engaged in the novel coronavirus treatment.
It also asked the authority to submit contract papers with the hotels including the Hotel Super Star.
In the letter, the ACC ordered the hotel authority to submit details about its services, room rent, duration of service and contract paper.
They were asked to submit the documents by August 9.