HC Orders Suspended Agrani Bank Official to Surrender

High Court (HC) || Photo: Collected

High Court (HC) || Photo: Collected

The High Court (HC) today ordered a suspended official of Agrani Bank Limited to surrender before a trial court concerned in a case lodged over amassing huge wealth by leaking different exam question papers, depositing the money in bank account, transferring the money and converting the currency.

A High Court division bench comprising Justice Md Nazrul Islam Talukder and Justice AKM Zahirul Huq passed the order, asking the accused suspended senior officer Manik Kumar Pramanik to surrender within next six weeks.

The court came up with the order, disposing of an application filed in this regard.

"Criminal Investigation Department (CID) filed the case on September 19, 2021, with Badda Police Station against three people including Manik for leaking question papers using ICT. They amassed huge wealth in this way, invested the money in different businesses and laundered the money abroad," Deputy Attorney General Amin Uddin Manik told newsmen.

According to the case documents, Manik was found using a luxurious SUV, cost around Taka 48 lakh and owns a duplex house in Rajshahi. He transacted huge money through a company floated under fake name. More than Taka four crore was found in nine bank accounts of Manik.


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