Then, the public prosecutor of Kuwait had approached the central bank to freeze his bank accounts. The financial balance of the company amounts to about 5 million Kuwait dinars, including 3 million dinars as company's capital.
On 28 January, a Kuwait court sentenced Laxmipur-2 independent MP Papul to four years' jail in a case related to human trafficking, residency visa trading and money laundering.
Besides, on 9 June, 2020, the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) in Bangladesh served notices to MP Papul, and his family members, seeking their wealth statements.
They were asked to submit their copies of passports, national ID cards, TINs and income tax returns within 15 days. The ACC also sought the income tax documents of Papul, his family and his sister-in-law from the National Board of Revenue (NBR) on 18 June.