In this regard, a letter signed by ACC Deputy Director Shamsul Alam was sent to the Special Branch of Police, Department of Immigration, on Tuesday
The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has imposed a travel ban on four individuals. The four have been charged with embezzling Tk 90 crore from the now defunct Farmers Bank, recently renamed as Padma Bank.
In this regard, a letter signed by ACC Deputy Director Shamsul Alam was sent to the Special Branch of Police, Department of Immigration, on Tuesday.
The national anti-graft body instructed immigration police to remain alert, so that the four persons could not leave the country, said ACC Director (Media) Pranab Kumar Bhattacharya.
The accused are: Shamim Kabir (Helim) owner of M/S Siam Enterprise , AKM Abdul Motaleb, owner of Creative Fishing Trader, Syed Asif Hasan, owner of Spark and Manjurul Alam, owner of Opal Trading House.
The letter noted that the national anti-graft body was cognisant of the fact that the persons had been accused of embezzling a huge amount of money.
They were also involved in money laundering.
The letter stated that the accused had connived with one another and embezzled Tk 90 crore from two branches of the bank.