The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has issued a letter to a member of Parliament and his wife and children to appear at the Cox’s Bazar district office of the ACC for the first time to account for their movable and immovable assets.
Assistant Director of Cox’s Bazar District Office of ACC. In a letter signed by Riaz Uddin, Member of Parliament for Cox’s Bazar-1 (Chakaria-Pekua) Constituency and Upazila Awami League President Zafar Alam, his wife Shaheda Begum and their daughter Tanya Afrin and son Tanveer Ahmad Siddiqui Tuhin (Tuhin Alam) appeared on Sunday (September 4) noon. is said to be The letter also mentioned that if they do not appear within the specified time, they will be considered as having no say in the complaint.
However, MP Zafar and his wife and children are not coming to the ACC Cox’s Bazar office on the appointed day of the letter (Sunday). They have taken time till September 20, said the investigating officer of the ACC. They mentioned that MP Zafar will come to the ACC office with his family on the same day.
According to ACC sources, it is alleged that MP Zafar Alam’s wife Shaheda Begum owned crores of rupees by using the power and influence of government land, shrimp enclosures, encroachment of water bodies, drug dealing, extortion and sale of illegal sand mining. Member of Parliament Zafar Alam and his wife and children were called to ACC’s Cox’s Bazar office on September 4 to investigate the allegations. But instead of September 4, they will all come on September 20.
Accused Shaheda Begum claimed that the charges leveled against her were baseless and said that political opponents had made false charges against her to the ACC.
Meanwhile, MP Zafar Alam said that the meeting and council of Chakaria Municipality Awami League on September 4, claiming the conspiracy of the circles that marked the search for his wife and children and his own wealth. This is why I asked the ACC for time. September 20 is our changing day.
Riaz Uddin, Assistant Director of Cox’s Bazar District Office, which includes ACC, said that MP Zafar Alam and his wife and children are not coming to the ACC office on Sunday. He asked the commission for time saying that the MP would be busy due to the party programme. They will appear at the ACC Cox’s Bazar office on September 20.
Earlier, on July 21, Deputy Director of the ACC Head Office (Re: and Investigation-5) Khan Md. A memorandum signed by Mazanul Islam directed an investigation into the assets of MP Zafar Alam’s wife Shaheda Begum.
According to the memorandum of the ACC, Shaheda Begum has been accused of grabbing government land, drug dealing, extortion and acquiring illegal assets of crores of rupees by illegally extracting sand and selling it. In view of this, the Deputy Director of the Cox’s Bazar District Office has been instructed to take necessary measures after investigation.
In view of this, the MP’s family was called to Cox’s Bazar on September 4 to give details of their assets. But the ACC sources said that their changed date has been fixed on September 20 due to time constraints.
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