ACC okays charge sheets in 28 graft cases | The Daily Star
12:00 AM, June 04, 2010 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, June 04, 2010

ACC okays charge sheets in 28 graft cases

33 more cases to be filed

The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) approved filing of charge sheets in 28 graft cases against 61 people, including government officials and elected representatives, in the last month.
They are accused of amassing huge illegal wealth, concealing information on the wealth statement, misappropriating money and taking bribes, said a ACC press release.
The accused include DCC ward councillor Musharraf Hossain Monju, former vice president of Government BM College Md Jasim Uddin, former manager of Rupali Bank, Rajbari branch, Kazi Nazrul Islam, former auditor Khabir Uddin Ahmed, Union Parishad chairmen Md Rezaul Karim Chowdhury and Farukh Ahmed, and Dhaka Wasa inspector Mizanur Rahman.
The ACC also approved filing of 33 graft cases against 45 people, including government officials, politicians and businessmen, on same charges during this period.
It also approved the final reports of 13 graft cases, dismissing all charges brought against 34 people. They include Director (finance) of Bangladesh Biman Md Habibur Rahman and Director of National Computer Training and Research Academy, Bagora, Abdul Mannan Sarker.

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