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After the case, the accounting assistant of Jessore Education Board returned Tk 31 lakh

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  • 22 October, 2021 12:37:16

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News Desk: Abdus Salam, Accounts Assistant of Jessore Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board, has returned Tk 31.40 lakh to the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC). He is returning the money from the fugitive. He was fired for being absent from office. Emdadul Haque, deputy director of the Jessore Board of Education's accounts branch, confirmed the matter to on Thursday (October 22nd). On October 17, the chairman and five people were accused of embezzling Rs 2.5 crore by forging checks. Mahfuz Iqbal, assistant director of the anti-corruption commission's district office in Jessore, filed the case.

After the case was filed, Education Board Chairman Mollah Amir Hossain and Secretary AMH Ali R Reza left the residence on leave. They have not yet joined the office. The accused in the ACC case are Jessore Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Chairman Prof Mollah Amir Hossain, Secretary Prof AMH Ali R Reza, Accounting Assistant Abdus Salam, Shariful Islam, son of Abdul Majid Ali, a resident of Rajarhat area and owner of fraudulent Venus Printing and Packaging. Ashraful Alam, son of late Siddique Ali Biswas, owner of Shahilal Store in Jamrultala area. Anti-Corruption Commission Jessore Deputy Director.

Nazmuchhayadat told Jago News, "We have filed a case accusing five people as the preliminary investigation has found the truth." An investigation officer will be appointed from the central office of the ACC.

The final destination of the embezzled money will be found. Professor Madhav Chandra Rudra, Controller of Examinations, Jessore Board of Education, told that Accounts Assistant Abdus Salam had returned the money. The secretary of the board has submitted a medical report and applied for seven days leave. Since the chairman is scheduled to take office from Sunday, he has requisitioned the vehicle.

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