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2019-08-07 17:24:08 BdST

Anti Corruption Commission file case against ten (10) including former MD of Rupali Bank


The Anti-Corruption Commission has sued ten (10) people including former managing director of the Rupali bank M Farid Uddin for allegedly embezzling 161 crore 91 lakh 65 thousand 245 taka (with interest)

Assistant Director of the Anti-Corruption Commission headquarters SM Rashedur Reza filed the case on Sunday (August 4th) at the District Coordinating District Office Dhaka-1.

ACC Deputy Director (Public Relations) Pranab Kumar Bhattacharya confirmed the matter on Sunday.

The rest of the accused are former Deputy Managing Director of Rupali Bank Md. Naimat Ullah, the former head of Motijheel Corporate Branch Md. Siraj Uddin, former Principal Officer Md.Kamal Uddin, Assistant General Manager Manoranjan Das, former Principal Officer Abu Naser Md. Riazul Haque, Managing Director of HR Spinning Mills. Habibur Rahman, chairman Shahin Rahman and director. Masudur Rahman.

In this case mentioned that the incidents of the fraud have been executed from March 08, 2011 to till March 31, 2019 of this year.

Relevant that the leased land of Narayanganj railway was illegally mortgage and loaned to HR Spinning Mills.

This news was reported three years ago by The Finance Today.

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