Azad Rahman told Prothom Alo that a customer, Muzahidur, paid Tk 85,000 and Tk 25,000 to Evaly on 11 July in 2020 to purchase an air-conditioner (AC) and a table respectively. But the customer didn’t get the products within promised 45 days.

Later, Muzahidur sent a legal notice to the company CEO, Mohammad Rassel.

Evaly reimbursed his principal amount of Tk 25,000 paid for a table. But they didn’t resolve the order Muzahid made for AC.

Earlier, a Dhaka court granted police one-day remand to interrogate Rassel in a case filed at the Dhanmondi police station and sending his wife Shamima Nasrin to jail.

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