Moudud faces Tk 2 crore fraud case
Friday, 29 August 2008

Bdnews24.com

A police officer on Wednesday filed a fraud case against former law minister Moudud Ahmed, charging him with opening fake bank accounts to stash away nearly Tk 2 crore.

Motijheel police chief Fazlur Rahman told bdnews24.com police inspector Lutfor Rahman, a member of the taskforce 21, filed the case.
 
Rahman said Moudud had Tk 1.90 crore in FDR in IFIC Bank's Motijheel branch.
 
He allegedly opened accounts with different banks using fictitious names to divert funds from his own account.

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