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ACC sues former TCB executive for amassing illegal wealth

The national anti-graft commission determined the wrongdoing in a primary investigation

Update : 04 Jun 2020, 03:21 PM

The Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) filed a case against Ali Azam Khan, former assistant executive of Trading Corporation of Bangladesh (TCB, Dhaka) and his wife Jahan Ara for amassing illegal wealth worth Tk1,23,38,663.

ACC Deputy Assistant Director Altaf Hossain filed the case with the integrated district office on Wednesday.

ACC Director (Public Relations) Pranab Kumar Bhattacharya confirmed the filing of the lawsuit to Dhaka Tribune.

The national anti-graft commission determined the wrongdoing in a primary investigation.

According to the case statement, the commission found that the accused amassed illegal wealth by colluding with each other and acquiring assets worth Tk1,23,38,663 in their names.

The case was filed under sections 26 (2), 27 (1), and rule 109 of the ACC Act, 2004 for submitting false, fabricated, and baseless information to the ACC, according to ACC case records.

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