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PWD office assistant sued for amassing illegal wealth

  • Published at 10:47 pm March 15th, 2018
  • Last updated at 10:48 pm March 15th, 2018
PWD office assistant sued for amassing illegal wealth
The Anti-Corruption Commission has sued an employee of Public Works Department (PWD) for illegally amassing assets. ACC Deputy Director Mohammad Faridur Rahmn filed the case against Selim Mollah, an office assistant-cum- typist at the PWD, with Ramna Model police station in Dhaka on Thursday, ACC Assistant Director (public relations) Pranab Kumar Bhattacharya told the Dhaka Tribune. According to the case statement, Selim illegally amassed wealth worth about Tk2.43 crore and hid information about assets worth around Tk2.12 crore. Selim, who married thrice, bought a flat in North Shajahanpur and a luxury Toyota Premio car for his third wife, Hafiza Khan, the statement adds.  He also owns a plot in Khilgaon residential area, a microbus, a truck, a three-storey building in Manikganj and a multi-storeyed shopping centre, among other tangible and intangible assets. The national anti-graft watchdog asked him to submit documents of his assets by 18 October last year, but Selim submitted the documents on 31 October.