Interpol, the International Criminal Police Organization, has issued a red notice against Proshanta Kumar Halder, commonly known as PK Halder, at the request of Bangladesh Police.
PK Halder, the former Managing Director (MD) of NRB Global Bank and Reliance Finance Limited, is currently staying in abroad. He is facing charges of amassing illegal wealth worth over Tk 3,000 crore.
AIG (Media) Sohail Rana of the police headquarters confirmed the matter on Friday (January 08) afternoon. He said Interpol will take legal action against PK Halder. Preliminary information about him has been given to the company.
According to police, an official letter was sent to Interpol on Tuesday to arrest PK Halder. Preliminary investigations have confirmed that PK Haldar has embezzled around Tk 1,500 crore from international leasing company. On February 10, the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court (SC) ordered to confiscate all movable and immovable properties and passports of 12 people, including PK Halder and eight members of his family, following an application by the Anti-Corruption Commission.
PK Haldar uses 70 to 80 bank accounts. The ACC has found out that these accounts are in the names of his girlfriends. Huge amount of money has been smuggled from these accounts to other countries, including Canada. The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) on Tuesday arrested a close relative of PK Halder on the charges.