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Wednesday, 07 May 2008

Anticorruption Commission Tuesday pressed charges with Dhaka CMM's Court against former state minister Lutfozzaman Babar, BNP senior joint secretary general Tarique Rahman, Basundhara Group owner Ahmed Akbar Sobhan and five others, reports bdnews24.com. Deputy assistant director ACC Rupak Kumar Saha submitted the chargesheet.

The chargesheet alleged that Babar demanded Tk 50 crore in bribe for dropping the names of Ahmed Akbar Sobhan alias Shah Alam, his two sons Safiyat Sobhan and Shahadat Sobhan and another director, Abu Sufian, from the list of the accused in the Basundhara director Humayun Kabir Sabbir murder case.

Babar, Tarique and their accomplice Miah Nuruddin Apu took Tk 1 crore in bribe. Besides Babar himself took Tk 20 crore bribe in eight cheques.

The accused persons kept Tk 20 crore in an account of Prime Bank owned by businessman Kazi Salimul Haque. Salimul Haque has also been made an accused in the case in which 28 persons have been listed as witnesses.

ACC deputy assistant director Abul Kashem on Oct 4 last year filed the Tk 21 crore bribe case with Ramna Police Station. The murder case was filed in 2006.

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