Illegal assets of Rs 24 crore: ACC case against college accountant – College


Daily Reporter : Alleged acquisition of illegal assets of 24 crores and 29 lakhs of capital’s Demra Dr. Mahbubur Rahman Mollah College Accountant. Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) filed a case against Akram Mia. The case was filed on Sunday afternoon. On the same day, Deputy Director of ACC Head Office Sharika Islam filed the case.

Dr. Demrar is accused of showing good results in public examination by buying GPA five and managing the Dhaka Education Board. Mahbubur Rahman Mollah College.

According to the statement of the ACC, Akram Mia in 2010 AD. Joined Mahbubur Rahman Mollah College. He earned 42 lakh 73 thousand taka as salary till December 2022. But in the Matuail branch of Basic Bank Limited, 24 crore 29 lakh taka is written in his name as five FDRs. When he was questioned as this money was not in accordance with his legitimate income, he claimed that this money belonged to Mahbubur Rahman Mollah College. A notice was sent to the college authorities for the first time on May 22 and the second time on June 6 to find out whether the college has any money deposited in the name of Akram Miar, but the college authorities could not provide any information or records.

It is known that the declaration has been made in accordance with Section 27 (1) of Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2004 and Section 4(2) and 4(3) of Prevention of Money Laundering Act 2012.

The Anti-Corruption Commission decided to freeze the account in the middle of 2022 after finding Tk. 24 crore 29 lakhs in the account of Akram Mier’s Basic Bank’s Matuail branch. Inquiry officer Sharika Islam wrote a letter on August 16 of that year seeking the permission of the Dhaka Metropolitan Senior Special Judge Court to implement the commission’s decision.

Dr. in September last year. Akram Mia, the accountant of Mahbubur Rahman Molla College, in response to the questions of the journalists, admitted the money but said that he was not the owner. He also claimed that the money was kept as his account on the instructions of Mahbubur Rahman, the founder of the college. He said, various incomes of the organization, including the sale of college dress cloth, have been kept in my bank account. The founder of the college, Mahbubur Rahman sir, will establish the university with that money, so he kept it in my account.

In response to the question why the money is in his account in the organization, Akram said that the members of the board of directors of the organization have different opinions. If the money was kept in their name, there was a possibility of misappropriation of that money. Maybe Mahbubur Rahman Sir’s dream of establishing a university would not have been fulfilled. That’s why sir kept the money in my account. He claimed, actually I didn’t understand it that way. The bank manager asked me to sign, I signed. I also don’t know who is the nominee of the account. Besides, I know that the money is completely legal.

However, the founder of the college in response to questions from journalists. Mahbubur Rahman Mollah denied that money. He claimed that he was not aware of the matter.

Meanwhile, Akram Mia and the founder think that none of the statements are logical. They alleged that the money was transferred to Akram Miar through the hands of the college question paper leak gang.

It is known that the allegations against Mahbubur Rahman Molla of closeness with pro-Jamaat education journalists and giving cash are old. In addition, BNP’s central public education secretary dismissed Adhyaksha against him. There is also an allegation of establishing a college in the name of Salim Bhuya’s father.

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The article is in Bengali

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