ACC Public Relations Officer (Director) Pranab Kumar Bhattacharya confirmed the matter to Dhaka Tribune
The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has filed a case against the former chairman of the Bangladesh Technical Education Board (BTEB), Mostafizur Rahman, over corruption allegations.
ACC Deputy Director Ali Akbar filed the case with its integrated district office 1 on Tuesday, accusing the former BTEB chief of amassing illegal wealth amounting to Tk1.72 crore.
ACC Public Relations Officer (Director) Pranab Kumar Bhattacharya confirmed the matter to Dhaka Tribune.
According to the case statement, Mostafizur Rahman amassed illegal wealth to the tune of Tk1.72 crore. Besides, he concealed information regarding his assets, worth Tk1,575,941, while submitting an asset statement to the anti-graft watchdog.
Additionally, the national anti-graft commission has found that the accused has amassed illegal wealth, including two flats in Dhaka’s Tejkunipara and Uttara, as well as land in Rajshahi.