Mashrur Arefin, managing director and CEO of City Bank, wrote a post on Facebook, denying that he had paid for actor Porimoni’s car, an allegation reported in a newspaper. He termed the allegation yellow journalism.
The banker said he had never seen Porimoni, had not heard her name before the “boat club” incident, and had never talked to her.
“I do not have a car. I use the car my bank has allocated to me. At the end of my bank job, I will definitely take out a bank loan to buy a car and ride it,” he wrote.
He wondered how he could give a car to someone whom he did not even know.
“How did we communicate? Through a phone call? What is her number? The call record should be revealed.”
He said he devotes his time to literature after returning home from work and never goes to any club or party.
“Gifting a car to Porimoni sounds like something said in the language of Mars.”
At the end of the long post, he said the society would deliver the judgment as it plays the role of a judge.