Dhaka, Oct 18 (bdnews24.com) — A Dhaka court has ordered the police to accept a case against 16 persons for their alleged misdeeds in selling the properties of an orphanage in the capital’s Azimpur area.
Dhaka Chief Metropolitan Magistrates’ Court judge Mohammad Mehedi Hasan Talukder on Monday ordered Lalbagh police to accept the case, plaintiff’s lawyer Enamul Haque told bdnews24.com.
Department of social service office secretary Mohammad Abu Siddique Bhuiyan, on behalf of the orphanage, submitted relevant papers to the court on Oct 15. The court recorded the plaintiff’s statement that day.
The case was filed against former BNP MP Chowdhury Kamal Ibne Yusuf, Nawab Begum Shamsunnahar Ahsanullah, businessman Mohammad Ragib Ali, Concord Condominium Pvt Ltd managing director Mir Shawkat Ali, G A Khan Ansari and 11 others.
The case detail says Sir Salimullah orphanage executive council chairman Shamsunnahar and general secretary Ansari and others accused in the case sold two bigha land of the orphanage to Concord for Tk 3 million on July 22, 2003.
The accused took the decision to sell the land worth around Tk 200 million for only Tk 3 million for their own benefits.
The case also alleges that the accused resorted to same misdeeds in selling several other properties at Bangshal and Kazi Alauddin Road in Dhaka between Sept 1998 and Oct 2007.