The police on Tuesday handed over JKG Health Care chairman Sabrina Arif Chowdhury to the Detective Branch for interrogation.
The case filed against her in connection with issuing fake COVID-19 test certificates has been transferred to the DB.
Walid Hossain, deputy commissioner of the Dhaka Metropolitan Police, confirmed the information to the agency.
Sabrina Arif, arrested on Sunday afternoon and then was shown arrested in the case, was placed on a three-day remand on Monday.
The case was filed with Tejgaon police station on June 23 against six people, including Ariful Chowdhury, chief executive officer of JKG Health Care, and also husband of Sabrina, for forging COVID-19 test reports.
Later, the police arrested six people, Ariful Chowdhury, Humayun Kabir and his wife Tanjina Patwary, at JKG healthcare office at Confidence Tower in Gulshan in connection with the case.
JKG Health Care chairman Sabrina Arif came to the spotlight following their company’s fraudulence over COVID-19 test reports.
Earlier, Arif Chowdhury and six others were sent to jail on deception charges.
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