An audit team of the bank found a total of Tk37,766,000 missing from the vault and submitted a statement to the branch manager in this regard
The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) yesterday filed a case against two officials of Dhaka Bank’s Bangshal branch over Tk3.77 crore million that went missing from the bank’s vault.
Assistant director of ACC Atiqul Alam filed the case with Dhaka Coordinated Office -1, ACC, reports UNB.
The two accused are senior cash in-charge Rifatul Haque and First vice President and operation manager Emran Ahmed.
The management interrogated Rifatul Haque and Emran Ahmed and they confessed to misappropriating the money.
The bank authorities handed them over to Bangshal police and filed the report.
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A lower court in Dhaka on Friday sent them to jail.
Dhaka metropolitan magistrate Masudur Rahman passed the order as investigation officer (IO) and Bangshal police station sub-inspector Prodip Kumar Sarker produced them before the court and pleaded to send them to jail after showing them arrested under section 54.
The IO in his plea said the accused were in-charge of the vault of the branch and the keys were in their possession.
An audit team of the bank learned about the missing amount during their audit on Thursday and filed the report to branch manager Abu Bakkar Siddique.