All of them are officials under DGHS
The Anti-Corruption Commission has sought wealth information of 10 health service government officials and their wives as they are facing allegations of amassing illegal wealth.
The commission issued letters to the current addresses of the officials for the information, ACC Public Relations Officer Pranab Kumar Bhattacharya confirmed on Thursday.
The accused are all officials of various hospitals under the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS).
The letters asked them to submit their wealth statement within 21 working days from the date of issuance of the letter.
The identities and designations of the officials and their spouses are Khulna Shaheed Sheikh Abu Naser Specialized Hospital Administrative Officer M Wahiduzzaman and his wife Shamima Nargis, DGHS Medical Education and Health Manpower Development Senior Assistant M Rezaul Islam and his wife Runa Khanom, Kuwait Bangladesh Friendship Government Hospital Administrative Officer M Alimuzzaman and his wife Rownak Jahan Shaheen, Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College & Hospital Accounts Officer M Mojibur Rahman and his wife Farida Akhter, and DGHS Medical Education and Health Manpower Development Chief Assistant M Khairul Alam and his wife Dilara Alam Sumi.
The list also includes DGHS Administrative Officers M Humayun Kabir and his wife Parvin Akhter, and M Kabir Ahmed Chowdhury and his wife Rubina Shireen.
The list further includes National Institute of Diseases of the Chest and Hospital Administrative Officer Munshi Sajjad Hossain and his wife Farzana Hossain, DGHS Assistant Head at DG office M Zonayer Hossain and his wife Shahana Sultana, and Chief Assistant at Satkhira Civil Surgeon office MK Ashek Nawaz and his wife Nilufa Yasmin.
All of them were asked to submit their own wealth statements of those of their dependents, describing all their movable and immovable assets, liabilities and assets, and sources of income.