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Anti-Corruption Commission sues SP, his wife on graft charges

Sun Online Desk     24th October, 2017 05:49:37 printer

Anti-Corruption Commission sues SP, his wife on graft charges

The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) on Tuesday filed a case against a superintendant of police (SP) and his wife for allegedly acquiring illegal wealth.

 

Quoting ACC public relations officer Pranab Kumar Bhattacharya UNB said ACC assistant director Abdul Wadud filed the case against SP Subhash Chandra Saha (Faridpur) and his wife Rina Chowdhury with the city's Bongshal Police Station.

 

According to the first information report (FIR), Subhash Chandra deposited Tk 8.3 crore to three joint accounts with his spouse at Bongshal, Elephant Road and Jossore branches of One Bank Limited.

 

Subhash earned the money being involved in corruption after he joined police. He also hided the sources, ownership and control of the money in his wealth statement he earlier submitted to the Commission.

 

Despite being aware of the illegal money, Rina Chowdhury helped his husband conceal illegal money by depositing it at their joint accounts, the FIR said.

 

The case was filed under the Money-Laundering Prevention Act 2012.

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