- South Asia
- September 17, 2017
The 2,887 accounts were used to receive money from foreign countries
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina also told the House that the government brought back some of the money siphoned off by Khaleda’s youngest son Arafat Rahman Koko
‘This behaviour will not be tolerated’
The director general of ACC will supervise the investigation
The report says 92% of the communities are not informed of WDB projects which affect their lives
On paper, the 100-metre tar road from Bahar Ali Mosque to Das Bari in the village was repaired with the TR money, but in reality no one in the village has witnessed any such works being carried out
Results of TIB survey indicate that police lack professionalism and accountability when it comes to clearance for passport, which is the main reason behind such rampant corruption in passport services.
Bangladesh has also secured the fourth position among the 10 fastest developing countries in the index
‘ I will file them before I leave the office because these reports are completely false’
ACC keeps the identity of the complainant undisclosed
Sources said the government in the last fiscal year had allocated Tk763,000 for two training courses on sewing and handicraft
Names of the complainants will not be disclosed
Anti-Corruption Commission filed a case on June 28 in which 12 high-ups of the Bank, including its managing director were named for embezzling over Tk383cr.
The total deposited amount in Swiss banks from Bangladesh stood at Tk4,730cr in 2015
‘All this talk about money being laundered in Swiss banks is exaggerated. But I do not say there is no money laundered from Bangladesh there’
According to Muhith, financial institutions in Bangladesh currently have defaulted Tk1,11,347cr.
The First Investigation Report (FIR) mentioned that PTBL was given bank guarantee from AB bank without the required amount of deposit
The NBR also recommended the ACC to file another case against the former arms trader under the anti-money laundering act
Linemen collect Tk1.5 crore a month from the streets
Hawkers say they have to pay Tk230 to Tk500 per day, amounting to Tk6,900 to Tk5,000 every month in total