Rupali issues show-cause notice to 3 CBA leaders

Staff Correspondent | Updated at 12:34am on July 13, 2017

State-owned Rupali Bank has issued a show-cause notice to its three CBA leaders on charge of physically assaulting the general manager, deputy and assistant general managers of the bank’s local office.
Rupali authorities asked the CBA leaders to explain why they would not be sacked from their job due to the charge.
Rupali Bank managing director on Tuesday issued the notice to the three employees — CBA president Mustak Ahmed, general secretary Md Kabil Hossain Kazi and Md Arman Mollah.
A Rupali Bank official told New Age on Wednesday that the three CBA leaders assaulted the local office’s GM, DGM and AGM on December 5, 2016.
The bank also sent one employee into forced retirement and demoted four staff and transferred them outside Dhaka due to their connection with the case.