The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) investigated 474 graft cases and conducted inquiries of 603 cases in six months.
The special investigation department of the ACC also conducted inquiries of 166 cases and completed investigations of 53 cases during the period.
ACC officials came up with the information at a meeting at the commission’s headquarters in the capital on Thursday.
ACC’s one-year strategic action plan implementation monitoring team convener Dr Nasiruddin Ahmed presided over the meeting.
General managers (GMs) of six wings of the commission informed the convener about implementation of their activities during last six months.
DG Mohammad Munir Chowdhury (Administration) informed that his department completed 90 percent work for formation of its Armed Unit.
Another DG, Farid Ahmed Bhuiyan (Investigation), said that the department completed investigations of 603 complaints and 474 cases in last six months.
DG (Special Investigation) Mohammad Asaduzzaman said that the department completed investigations of 166 complaints and investigated 53 cases during the period.
Dr Nasiruddin Ahmed said, “Every inquiry and investigation should be done according to the time line of the graft cases”.
“The ACC officials will have to complete their duties at the scheduled time to implement the commission’s one-year strategy action plan”, he said.