ACC sues Shahed, 3 others for plundering over Tk 27m

The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) today filed a case against Regent Hospital chairman Mohammad Shahed and three others for allegedly swindling about Taka 27.1 million from the then Farmers Bank in 2015, reports BSS.

ACC deputy assistant director Mohammad Shahjahan Miraj filed the case against them with its Dhaka integrated district office-1, ACC spokesperson Pranab Kumar Bhattacharya told BSS.


The other accused in the case are former chairman of Farmers Bank (now Padma Bank) audit committee Mahbubul Haque Chisty, Rashedul Haque Chisty, son of Chisty, and Ibrahim Khalil, managing director of Regent Hospital.

According to the case statement, the accused in collusion with each other embezzled over Taka 27.1 million from the bank.