The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has sent letters to four private banks, including Dutch-Bangla Bank, seeking bank account documents in the names of eight companies of the Regent Group and Shahed.
The letter, signed by the ACC’s deputy director Abu Bakar Siddique, was sent from the ACC head office on Thursday.
In addition to Dutch-Bangla Bank, the managing directors of Bank Asia, Padma Bank, and NRB Bank Limited were asked to provide the relevant documents by July 20.
In this letter, attested copies of the account opening application, account statement, loan application, and other related records have been sought.
Earlier on Monday, the ACC formed a three-member team to investigate against Mohammad Shahed. The other two members of the team led by Deputy Director Md. Abu Bakar Siddique – Assistant Director Md. Neyamul Hasan Gazi and Sheikh Md. Golam Mawla.
Reports of various irregularities at the Regent Hospital, including giving false reports without testing for coronavirus, taking money from patients after paying bills to the government, were recently published through the RAB operation.
After that operation last week, RAB closed two hospitals of Regent. The approval of that hospital has also been canceled.
RAB has arrested Shahed from Satkhira Debhata border area on Wednesday morning. Besides, nine more officers and employees of the hospital have been arrested.