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Soon the situation in Chittagong Hill Tracts will be calm: Obaidul Quader

KNF attack to loot money and show capability: RAB

Kidnapped manager of Sonali Bank returns to his family

Home Minister to visit Bandarban tomorrow to inspect situation

Money launderer PK Halder's trial begins in India's Kolkata

Personal correspondent, Dhaka, 17 January 2024: Charges have been formed against six accused, including PK Halder alias Prashant Kumar Halder, the main accused in the case of embezzlement and smuggling of several thousand crores from Bangladesh. Charges were framed against them in Kolkata's City Sessions Court (Bankshall) on Tuesday. Along with that, the trial process against them also started from this day.

Tk 148 cr smuggled to Dubai under guise of garment export

Dhaka, July 24: Exporting companies are laundering money under the guise of exporting ready-made garments. The Directorate of Customs Intelligence and Investigation has found the truth of such smuggling of Tk 148 crore in the last two years. Complaint against 19 organizations. All the money was laundered to Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The Directorate of Customs Intelligence and Investigation has already prepared a case against the institutions under the Money Laundering Act.

Legal proceedings underway to recover laundered money: Finance Minister

Dhaka, Jan 11: Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal said that the legal process to recover the money is going on based on specific information. Due to various procedures and legal complexities, recovery of money takes a long time. The minister also mentioned that determining the amount of money laundering is very difficult.

Six people including PK Halder in 21-day jail custody

Dhaka, November 17: Kolkata's Nagar Dara Court has again ordered six accused including Prashant Kumar Halder (PK Halder) to be kept in jail custody for 21 days in the case of smuggling Tk 3500 crore from Bangladesh.

Many more names will come forward as money launderers: Prime Minister

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Sept 15: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that the names of many more money launderers are coming forward.

$7.8 billion laundered through illegal hundi in 1 year

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Sept 9: Police's Criminal Investigation Department (CID) has arrested 16 people who were involved in money laundering through hundi by mobile financial service providers (MFS).

Trial of 14 people including PK Haldar has begun

Dhaka, August 29: The court has framed charges against 14 people including former managing director of Global Islami (formerly NRB Global) Bank Prashanta Kumar (PK) Halder in the case of illegal wealth acquisition and money laundering. The formal trial of the case has begun as a result of the framing of the complaint. Judge Mohammad Nazrul Islam of Dhaka's Special Judge Court-10 on Monday rejected the acquittal plea of the accused and filed charges against them.

Passports of 4 members of a family including two daughters of PK Halder's associate have been submitted

Dhaka, August 25: Two daughters of People's Leasing and Financial Services Limited (PLFSL) former director Md. Khabir Uddin, one of the associates of Prashant Kumar Halder alias PK Halder, who is associated with bank and financial scams, were released on Wednesday (August 24) night. They are Sharmin Ahmed and Tanya Ahmed.

PK Haldar jailed for 25 days in India

Dhaka, July 15: A court in India has sent five people, including PK Haldar, to 25 days of jail custody on charges of smuggling at least Tk 3,600 crore rupees from Bangladesh. He was produced at the special CBI court in Bankshal at 11 am on Friday (July 15). At the end of the hearing, Justice Jiban Kumar Sandhu gave this order. At the same time PK Halder's medical examination has been conducted and the report has been asked to be submitted on the next day of hearing. This news is known from Indian media sources.

Parliament criticizes opportunity to bring back laundered money

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, June 13: Members of parliament have opposed the opportunity given in the national budget to bring back money, which had been laundered abroad.

PK Haldar remanded in India for 10 days

Dhaka, May 17: A Kolkata court has remanded Prashanta Kumar Haldar (PK Haldar), the mastermind of the much talked about NRB Global Bank scam, for another 10 days. A 14-day remand was sought for PK Haldar after he was taken to a Kolkata court on Tuesday. The court sent him to a 10-day remand.

PK Haldar wants to return back to Bangladesh

Dhaka, May 16: Prashanta Kumar Haldar (PK Haldar), who fled from Bangladesh after embezzling three and a half thousand crore taka, wants to return to the country. He spoke to reporters on his way back from the Enforcement Directorate (ED) office of India's Central Intelligence Agency after a medical checkup.

PK Haldar arrested in Kolkata

Dhaka, May 14: Prashanta Kumar Haldar (PK Haldar), former managing director (MD) of NRB Global Bank and Reliance Finance Limited, has been arrested on charges of embezzling thousands of crores of rupees. He was arrested during a raid in West Bengal, India on Saturday morning.

List of homeowners in Canada's Begum Para still not available: ACC

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, January 27: The list of Bangladeshi nationals who own houses in Begum Para in Canada's Toronto is still not available, even after asking several times for the list.

Ehsan Group embezzled Tk 17,000 crore by trapping 'religious sentiments'

Dhaka, September 11: Ehsan Group Chairman Ragib Ahsan misappropriated Tk 17,000 crore by targeting devout Muslims, people associated with religious institutions, imams and others by using religious sentiments to create a trap in the MLM company. He used to attract customers by promoting the Shariah-compliant interest-free investment. Besides, he used to do business propaganda in the name of organizing waz mahfil (religious gathering).