ACC boss says
Iqbal Mahmood, executive of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC), has said that ACC is testing join claims against 10-15 decision gathering men while going to a course at the Jatiya Press Club in Dhaka on July 20, 2019.
The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has been managing defilement claims against around twelve of the decision party men, the commission’s Chairman Iqbal Mahmood today said.
“In my view, nearly 10 to 15 decision gathering men are under indictment, examination and request,” he said at a course at the Jatiya Press Club in Dhaka.
The ACC boss, be that as it may, did not reveal what level of the decision party the men have a place with.
His remarks came against analysis that the unite guard dog barely assumes any solid job when charge is raised against decision party men and that it can’t make a move against any “huge fish”.
Rights-based association Human Rights and Peace for Bangladesh (HRPB) orchestrated the workshop on “The Role of Lawyers and the Judiciary in Curbing Corruption”.
Tending to the workshop as the main visitor, the ACC boss said that other than the decision party men the commission has likewise been researching charges against 15 men of one ideological group and 12 men of another gathering.
Additionally, it was either inquisitive or examining claims against 25 people engaged with business and approximately 15 officials – from secretary to joint secretary levels, he included.