The court also rejected their bail petitions
A Dhaka court has placed Golam Kibria Shamim alias GK Shamim and former Jubo League leader Khaled Mahmud Bhuiyan on seven days remand in cases filed for amassing illegal wealth.
Acting Judge Al Mamun of Dhaka Metropolitan Sessions Judge Court passed the order on Sunday.
Earlier in the day, two investigation officers (IO) of Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) produced them before the court with a ten-day remand for each.
The court also rejected their bail petitions.
On October 21, ACC filed two cases against GK Shamim and Khalid on charges of amassing illegal wealth.
Shamim and his mother Ayesha Akhter were charged for earning Tk297 crore illegally and Khaled has been charged for acquiring Tk5.5 crore illegally.
The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has pleaded to show Golam Kibria Shamim alias GK Shamim and former Jubo League leader Khaled Mahmud Bhuiyan arrested in graft cases.
On September 20, Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) arrested GK Shamim and seized Tk1.80 crore in cash, Tk165.27 crore worth of fixed deposit receipts (FDR), alcohol and firearms, from Niketon in Dhaka's Gulshan area.
GK Shamim is now facing three more cases filed by RAB – one under the Narcotics Control Act, another under the Money-laundering Prevention Act and the other under the Arms Act.
Meanwhile, Khalid is facing two more cases –one under the Arms Act and another under the Narcotics Control Act.
Khalid, also president of Fakirerpool Youngmen’s Club, was arrested from Gulshan on September 18 by RAB for running an illegal casino in the club.
Three firearms – one of them illegal – along with bullets, and yaba pills were seized from him.