Charge accepted against Wanderer's Club director Enu, 2 others
A Dhaka court today accepted charges against Enamul Haque Enu, a director of Wanderer's Club and former vice-president of Gendaria unit of Awami League, and his two accomplices, in a case filed over amassing wealth worth Tk 47.36 crore through illegal casino business.
Two other accused are Md Harunur Rashid and Abul Kalam Azad.
Judge KM Emrul Kayesh of the Senior Special Judge's Court of Dhaka issued the acceptance order after scrutinising the case dockets and other relevant documents.
The judge also issued arrest warrants against Harun and Azad since they were shown fugitives in the charge sheet.
The judge directed the officer-in-charge of Sutrapur Police Station to submit a report on the completion of arrests by September 28.
On August 25, ACC Assistant Director Mamunur Rashid Chowdhury, who is also the investigation officer of the case, submitted the charge sheet to the Senior Special Judge's court of Dhaka.
In the charge sheet, the IO said that Md Harunur Rashid and Abul Kalam Azad assisted Enu in illegally acquiring assets worth around Tk 4 crore.
The ACC filed a graft case against Enu and his brother, Rupon Bhuiyan, with its Integrated District Office, Dhaka-1, on October 23 last year, charging both for amassing wealth beyond known sources of income.
The two brothers were arrested in Dhaka's South Keraniganj on January 13 last year, along with one of their accomplices Sheikh Sunny Mostofa.