The National Board of Revenue (NBR) on Wednesday made recommendations to the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) to file two cases against controversial businessman Moosa Bin Shamsher.
"The NBR has made recommendations to the ACC to file a case against Moosa for registering a Range Rover – a sport utility vehicle (SUV), brought in the country under carnet facility, through using fake documents," a customs intelligence release said, reports BSS.
The car was registered from Bhola BRTA after it was collected from Chittagong customs, paying tax of only Tk17 lakh. However, the customs intelligence, in their investigation, found that the owner was supposed to pay tax of Tk2.16 crore.
The bill of entry and other documents submitted to BRTA while registering the SUV were also found to be forged.
The NBR also recommended the ACC to file another case against the former arms trader under the anti-money laundering act.
Customs intelligence seized the black Range Rover on March 21 from capital's Dhanmondi area.