The Ant-Corruption Commission on Thursday initiated three separate inquires against a ruling Awami League lawmaker and two former Bangladesh Nationalist Party lawmakers on charge of their alleged accumulation of illegal wealth.
They are — AL’s Khulna-2 MP Muhammad Mijanur Rahman, former BNP’s Natore-2 Ruhul Kuddus Talukdar Dulu and Lalmonirhat-3 Asadul Hasib Dulu.
An ACC director said that Mijanur allegedly accumulated huge illegal wealth as he and his family members controlled tenders of the Khulana City Corporation and other government offices.
He said that Ruhul Kuddus allegedly amassed at least worth of Tk 500 crore illegal wealth during the BNP tenure through controlling tender of different government offices in Natore.
The official said that Asadul Hasib earned huge wealth during the BNP tenure colleting extortion form the contractors in Lalmonirhat and Rangpur area.
He said that the commission will assign officials to carry out the inquires soon and it will serve notices them to submit their wealth statements with the commissiom.
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