15 sued over share market fraudulence

Staff Correspondent

4 September, 2018 12:00 AM printer

The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) filed 12 more cases against 15 people including five former and present officials of Investment Corporation of Bangladesh (ICB) on charges of amassing wealth through violation of margin loan rules in the share market.

ACC Assistant Director Md Gulshan Anwar Pradhan on Saturday filed the 12 cases against 15 people with the Ramna Model Police Station on charges of embezzling about Tk 65 crore, ACC sources said.

Five officials of ICB were accused in all the cases. They are: Tipu Sultan Farazi, former deputy general manager, Md Ehia Mandal, assistant general manager, Md Shamsul Alam Akand, assistant general manager, Shariful Anam, assistant general manager, and Dhananjay Kumar Majumder, senior principal officer.

The other accused in the cases are: Manager of IFIC Bank Md Abdus Samad and his wife Nasima Akter; AKM Rezaul Huque from Tejgaon and his wife Papia Sultana; Laila Nur from Mohammadpur; AKM Atikuzzaman from Tejgaon, Qazi Mahmudul Hasan from Green Road; Sheikh Mesbah Uddin from Gulshan and his daughter Shima Akhter; and Bulbul Akhter from Shyamolibag.