The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) on Monday interrogated the owners of three business firms in connection with their alleged swindling of money from Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB).
An ACC team, led by its director Mir Joynul Abedin Shebly, questioned Sagir Ahamad of M/s Sagir Enterprise, Delwar Hossain of M/s Noman Enterprise and Md Abdul Hamid of M/s National Traders from 11 am to 5 pm at the Commission’s head office in the capital, ACC public relations officer Pranab Kumar Bhattacharya informed, reports UNB.
On October 19 last, the ACC also interrogated CAAB chief engineer Sudhendu Bikash Goswami and its superintendent engineer M Maksudul Islam for their alleged involvement in corruption.
Sources said the ACC earlier received an allegation that owner of National Traders Md Abdul Hamid through his nine agencies misappropriated a huge amount of money from CAAB by bribing Goswami and Maksud.
Considering the allegation, they said, the national anti-graft agency earlier in October launched a probe and the three firm owners were interrogated as part of it.
On Sunday last, the ACC questioned the owners of five business firms in connection with the allegation.