ACC sues former Rajuk chair, 7 over land forgery

Staff Correspondent | Published: 00:11, Jan 30,2018 | Updated: 18:52, Jan 30,2018

 
 

The Anti-Corruption Commission on Monday filed a case against the former Rajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkha chairman, M Humayun Khadem, and seven others on charge of allocating government land to six individuals.
The other accused are — former Rajuk deputy director Abdur Rahman Bhuyan, individuals Amir Hossain Dewan, AKM Sahiduzzaman, Kamrun Nesa, M Mosharraf Hossain, M Zakaria Chowdhury and Moshiar Rahman.
The commission’s assistant director, Selina Akhtar, filed the case with the Motijheel police, said ACC public relations officer Pranab Kumar Bhattacharjee.
He said that the people in collusion with each other allocated 48.6 decimal of government land in the capital’s Gulshan area in between 1992 to 1995.
The land was earlier used by the government owned People’s Jute Mills Limited, he said adding that Rajuk cancelled the allocation using forged documents. 

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