Tk 88.94 Lakh Graft Case: Former E-orange owner, CEO shown arrested
Two people, including Masukur Rahman, former owner of e-commerce platform E-orange, were shown arrested yesterday in a case filed with Gulshan Police Station for embezzling around Tk 88.94 lakh.
The other accused is Aman Ullah Chowdhury, CEO of E-orange.
Metropolitan Magistrate Rajesh Chowdhury passed the order after Aminul Islam, inspector (investigation) of Gulshan Police Station and also the case's investigation officer, submitted an application seeking permission for showing them arrested in the case.
Masukur, brother-in-law of suspended Inspector Sheikh Sohel Rana of Banani Police Station, was sent to jail on August 17 after surrender before another Dhaka court in connection with a different case filed with the same police station over embezzlement of around Tk 11,00 crore from customers. Sohel Rana was detained by India's Border Security Force on September 3. Aman Ullah was arrested in connection with the same case.
On September 1, Masukur and Aman Ullah were shown arrested in a case filed with Kotwali Police Station over misappropriating Tk 23.25 lakh from investors. They were also placed on a two-day remand each in the case that day.