Graft charges against ex-AL MP Mizanur accepted

A Dhaka tribunal has today admitted to charges against the Awami Party legislator Mizanur Rahman of Khulna-2 over amassing wealth of Tk 1.58 crore in a fraudulent manner.

After the prosecution was accepted After accepting the charges, the Judge KM Emrul Kayesh of the Special Judge's Court in Dhaka scheduled October 28 for hearing on the framing of charges against the defendant for the trial.

This case was also transferred to Special Judge's Court-3 of Dhaka for the trial.

On the 5th of September, ACC Director Manzur Morshed and the investigator for the investigation, presented an accusation sheet the Senior Special Judge's Court.

The commission said Mizanur Rahman was accused of fraudulently obtaining construction contracts for Khulna City Corporation and other government agencies by stealing his political affiliation.

On March 8th 2018, the anti-graft agency launched an investigation headed by ACC Director Manzur Morshed Mizanur Rahman over allegations of his illegally obtaining wealth.

In the year 2019, Mizanur presented his wealth statement, up to the amount in the amount of 2.55 crore in the form of a report to the commission.

The commission discovered it was only Tk 97 lakh of this amount was sourced legally-sourced sources. The commission could not locate any legal sources for the remainder of Tk 1.58 million.

On the 16th of April in 2017, the anti-graft agency conducted an interrogation of Mizanur Rahman at the commission's headquarters about the allegations, but he denied them all.

On August 8, 2019, ACC filed a case against the man.

The commission claimed that he was able to accumulate illicit wealth by engaging in various types of corruption, including the abuse of his position as an elected member of the parliament.


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