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1 February, 2019 00:00 00 AM
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money laundering charge

Crescent Leather chief sent to jail

UNB, Dhaka

A Dhaka court sent the chairman of Crescent Leather Products Ltd and Crescent Tanneries Ltd to jail in connection with a case laundering for Tk 919.56 crore. Metropolitan Magistrate Mohammad Jasim passed the order rejecting the bail petition of the chairman MA Kader. Customs Intelligence and Investigation Directorate (CIID) official Anwar Hossain produced him before to the court and submit a petition to confine him to the jail until investigation of the case. Lawyer Abul kalam Azad stood for the petitioner. The Customs Intelligence and Investigation Directorate (CIID) on Wednesday arrested the chairman of Crescent Leather Products Ltd and Crescent Tanneries Ltd over money-laundering charge.

Earlier in the day, three cases were filed with Chawkbazar Police Station accusing 17 people over laundering a total of Tk 919.56 crore. Of them, 13 are Janata Bank officials. MA Kader was made accused in two of the cases involving Tk 422.46 crore and Tk 15.84 crore respectively.

The accused in the cases include Sultana Begum (Moni), managing director of Crescent Leather Products Ltd and Crescent Tanneries Ltd, Abdul Aziz, chairman of Rimex Footwear Ltd, and Litul Jahan (Mira), managing director of Rimex Footwear Ltd.

 

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