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Tuesday, 22 April 2008

Staff Correspondent

A peon of Agrani Bank's Brahmanbaria branch was sentenced to 13 years in jail for amassing money and concealing information about wealth.

Judge Md Sirajul Islam of the Special Judge's Court-7 on the Jatiya Sangsad complex jailed Md Anwar Hossain known as Kotipati Peon. Anwar was fined Tk 10 lakh.

He will have to serve one more year in jail in failure to pay the fine. The court ordered confiscation of his wealth. Anwar is on the run.

Md Rafiqul Islam, assistant director of the Anticorruption Commission, filed the case against him with Sabujbagh Police Station on Sept 26 last year.

According to case details, Anwar concealed information on property worth Tk 79.61 lakh. Of the money, Tk 67.94 was earned through unfair means.

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