The new list must include luxury vehicles registered using fake documents
The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has asked Bangladesh Road and Transport Authority (BRTA), for the third time, to provide them with a list of personal lucrative luxury vehicles, with engine capacity of 2,500cc and above.
Signed by ACC Director General (special investigation unit) Sayeed Mahbub Khan, the letter was sent to the BRTA chairman asking the authority to deliver the required information within the next five days.
The letter also specified that the new list must include information of new or reconditioned luxury vehicles registered using fake documents, which are now under ACC surveillance.
Earlier on September 25, the ACC sent a similar letter to the BRTA, seeking a list of private cars and SUVs (sport utility vehicle), with an engine capacity of 2,500cc and above, in the last 5 years.
However, the list provided by BRTA did not include few specific details being enquired by the anti-graft watchdog.
The commission has also sent a similar letter to the BRTA on June 28, 2018.