Headline
** Keep them free on bail to recover the money defrauded ** Cuba begins vaccinating children against Covid ** A group of merchants and customers stage protest at the Shahbagh intersection in the capital on Friday demanding release of the Evaly's Chairman Shamima Nasrin and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Mohammad Rassel. ** Evaly couple on 3-day remand ** PM off to USA to join 76th UNGA ** Ban on soybean meal export sought ** Hasina greets Modi on his birthday ** Will Evaly customers get their money back? ** Inconsistence surfaces between FIRs and probe reports ** Covid caseload may fall further if health protocol is maintained ** Classes twice a week for 8th, 9th graders ** 45 suspected militants arrested in Dinajpur ** Delegates must show proof of vaccination to enter UNGA ** 163 new dengue patients admitted to hospitals ** UN humanitarian aid call for hungry Afghans should be responded to generously ** Red Water Lilies have blossomed in a pond inside the Suhrawardy Udyan in the capital. This photo was taken yesterday. ** Evaly Chairman, CEO arrested ** Tree felling at DU triggers protests ** Vaccine equity, Rohingya crisis on top of Dhaka’s UNGA agenda ** Why police probe cases against own members ** Editors Council concerned at journalists’ bank Ac probe ** CNG stations to remain closed from 6pm to 10pm ** World likely to miss climate targets: UN ** Titas moves to overhaul ageing accident-prone pipelines ** HC seeks probe report over leaked phone conversation of Viqarunnisa Principal **

Jamuna Bank DMD asked to surrender

06 August 2014 bdnews24.com


The Supreme Court has ordered Jamuna Bank's Deputy Managing Director Mozammel Hossain to surrender to the lower court.
The bank official is accused of being involved in the Tk 11.74 billion loan scam committed by Bismillah Group between 2010 and 2012.
Appellate Division's chamber judge Mahmud Hossain gave the order on Tuesday after hearing a petition by the Anti Corruption Commission.
The Jamuna Bank official was released from jail on Jul 23 after he secured a bail from the High Court the previous day.
On Nov 3 last year, the ACC filed 12 cases against 53 officials of five banks and Bismillah Group under the Money Laundering Prevention Act, 2012.
According to the case details, the accused were involved in embezzling of funded loans worth Tk 11.74 billion given to Bismillah Group from Janata Bank, Prime Bank, Premier Bank and Shahjalal Islami Bank.
Mozammel Hossain, who then worked for Prime Bank, has been accused in two cases.
He later joined Jamuna Bank before being arrested on Jan 20.

Add Rate