The ACC summoned seven individuals for interrogation, after their names appeared in the leaks of Panama Papers and Paradise Papers
The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has interrogated the chairman and three directors of United Group in connection with the Panama Papers leak.
S M MAkhter Hamid Bhuiya, deputy director of ACC held the interrogation on Monday morning, reports the UNB.
The people being interrogated are United Group Chairman Hasan Mahmud Raza and three directors - Khandkar Mainul Ahasan, Akhtar Mahmud, and Ahmed Ismail Hossain, ACC Public Relations Officer Pranab Kumar said.
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On July 8, the ACC summoned seven individuals for interrogation, after their names appeared in the leaks of Panama Papers and Paradise Papers.
On the other hand, Ericson Johan Andres Wilson of WMV Limited, Mahtabur Rahman of Selcon Shipping Company, and Farhan Yakubur Rahman of Intridip Group will have to face the ACC on July 17 for allegations of money laundering as their names have been appeared in Paradise Papers.
Earlier on June 20, ACC Chairman Iqbal Mahmood ordered all ACC officials to complete enquiries by June 30 against individuals or entities whose names appeared in the leaks.
Names of many Bangladeshis appeared in Panama, Paradise, and other leaks on the murky world of illicit offshore finance.