The Anti-Corruption Commission on Wednesday filed a case against 11 accused including chairman, managing director and the directors of Mohammed Elias Brothers Limited of Chittagong on the charge of embezzlement of Tk 155.44 crore from the Agrabad branch of state owned Agrani Bank Limited.
The accused include, Mohammed Elias Brothers Limited chairman M Nurul Absar, managing director Mohammed Samshul Alam, directors M Nurul Alam, Joynab Begum and Kamrunnahar Begum and Agrani Bank’s deputy general manager M Nurul Amin, former assistant general manager Zonayed Bogdadi, former senior principal officer Uday Kumar Biswas and principal officers M Shahjadul Alam and Yesin Faruqui.
ACC deputy director M Samsul Alam filed the case with the port city’s Doublemooring police station, said ACC public relations officer Pranab Kumar Bhattacharjee.
He said that the 11 accused in collusion each other embezzled the bank money between January 2010 and August 2011.
He said that the ACC found out that the Elias Brothers Limited embezzled the bank money violating the rules of import, export business.
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