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ACC case against 6 people in Kushtia

Zaker ALi Shuva, Bureau Chief: November 19, 2020. The District Office of the Anti-Corruption Commission, Kushtia, on Thursday filed three separate cases in the name of 6 people in Kushtia.

Among them, two cases have been registered in the name of Abdul Quddus and his wife for acquiring property outside the known income and one case has been registered for buying and selling property by showing the deceased as alive.

1) According to the case statement, the accused are: (1) Md. Shariat Hossain (61), former sub-registrar, Doulatpur, Kushtia (retired), father deceased Ballak Ali Mandal, village Majirhat, post office-Halsha, Mirpur, Kushtia.

Current Address 11/3 Dadapur Road, Thanapara Kushtia (2) Mst: Bache Khatun (42), Husband Badar Uddin, Village-Sherpur, Post Office-Chetholia, Doulatpur, Kushtia (3) Md. Bahauddin (48), Document Writer, Certificate No. 191 , Doulatpur Sub-Registry Office, Father-Let Habil Uddin, Address Narayanpur, Doulatpur, Kushtia and (4) Lokman Hossain (39), Father-Md. Billal Hossain, Village-Sherpur, Post Office-Chetholia, Doulatpur, Kushtia

Md. Nasrullah Hossain, Deputy Assistant Director, Anti-Corruption Commission, Integrated District Office, Kushtia has been charged with criminal misconduct by the accused for colluding with each other and for the purpose of fraudulently misrepresenting the deceased as a donor.

Case No: ACC, Sajeka, Kushtia Case No-02, Date-19.11.2020. Sections 420, 467, 468, 471, 109 of the Penal Code and Section 5 (2) of the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1947.

2. According to the statement, the accused are: Mst: Asiya Khatun (45), Husband-Md. Abdul Quddus (Former Accountant, Civil Surgeon’s Office, Kushtia), 2/2 Shahid Abdul Hamid Road, Kortpara Kushtia Md. Nasrullah Hossain, Deputy Assistant Director, Anti-Corruption Commission, Integrated District Office, Kushtia filed the case as a plaintiff.

Case No: ACC, Sajeka, Kushtia Case No-03, Date-19.11.2020. Section 26(2), 27 (1) of the Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2004 and Sections 4 (2) and 4 (3) of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2012.

3. According to the statement, the accused: Md. Abdul Quddus, Accountant (now retired), Civil Surgeon’s Office, Kushtia. Father-Let Atiyar Rahman, Mother-Mst: Monowara Khatun, 2/2 Shaheed Abdul Hamid Road, Courtpara, Kushtia Sadar, Kushtia

Md. Nasrullah Hossain, Deputy Assistant Director, Anti-Corruption Commission, District Office, Kushtia filed the case as a plaintiff. Case No: ACC, Sajeka, Kushtia Case No-04, Date-19.11.2020. Section 26(2), 27(1) of the Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2004 and Sections 4 (2) and 4 (3) of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2012.

According to sources, the accountant of Kushtia Civil Surgeon’s Office Abdul Quddus started his working life as a gardener. In 1980, he first joined the Malaria Health Center run by the Civil Surgeon at Nishan-more in Kushtia.

Duty health center garden and tree care. Within a few years, he was promoted to office assistant and joined the Kushtia Nursing Institute.

In 1990, Abdul Quddus was promoted to the post of Accountant of the Kushtia Civil Surgeon’s Office. The next story is similar to the story of Aladdin’s Wonder Lamp monster. Abdul Quddus, an accountant from Mali, has become the owner of a lot of wealth in a few years.

Md. Zakaria, Deputy Director of the Anti-Corruption Commission, Integrated District Office, Kushtia, said action would be taken against them in accordance with the Law.

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