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Customs intelligence to sue tycoon Moosa

Customs intelligence today said it will sue controversial business tycoon Moosa Bin Shamsher on charges of money laundering, tax dodging and corruption.

The institution’s Director General Moinul Khan made the statement after officials interrogated Moosa for two hours in their Kakrail office this afternoon.

“Based on outcome of our interrogation session, we have decided to sue him,” Moinul Khan said.

While the customs intelligence looks to refer the graft charge over to Anti-Corruption Commission, it will move to press two under money laundering prevention act and tax law.

Earlier this afternoon, Moosa appeared before the office of Customs Intelligence and Investigation Directorate in response to a summon around 2:30pm.
The summon was based on the seizure of a luxurious SUV, which belongs to Moosa, from Dhanmondi back on March 21. For investigation, Moosa was asked to appear today.

Source: Daily Star, Dhaka, Bangladesh


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