Recently, Nathalie Chuard, Swiss ambassador in Dhaka said there are allegations that most of the money parked by Bangladeshis in the banks of Switzerland is amassed illegally. But the Bangladesh government is yet to seek any specific information from the Swiss banks or relevant authorities regarding the deposits.
You just wrote down the information on a piece of paper. There is no name, address or post. Isn’t it a manipulation?
In this context, on behalf of the Bangladesh Bank and BFIU, documents were submitted at the court saying that the information was sought from Switzerland. But the BFIU chief has been summoned as the submitted documents do not have anyone’s name, post and seal.
Deputy attorney general AKM Amin Uddin submitted the Bangladesh Bank and BFIU’s information before the court.
Addressing the deputy attorney general, the court said, “You just wrote down the information on a piece of paper. There is no name, address or post. Isn’t it a manipulation? Is it like a cat would eat fish, but would not wet her feet? Whatever it is, the name of the person (the officer who provided the papers to submit at court) must not come out. Why so fearful? He who supplied the information could have given a signature at least. You neither have written the name, nor gave any signature. This is extremely careless behaviour. Would anyone accept this? We can’t rely on this information. Submitting such papers is an unwarranted.”
Later, the court issued the order summoning the BFIU chief.
Senor lawyer Khurshid Alam Khan represented the Anti-Corruption Court (ACC) at the court.