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Regent Group chairman’s bank accounts frozen

Published 9:27 pm | July 09, 2020

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Online Desk : The Bangladesh Bank on Thursday froze the bank accounts of Regent Group chairman Mohammad Shahed, an accused of issuing fake COVID-19 certificates and exorbitant charge for test and treatment.
The Bangladesh Financial Intelligence Unit (BFIU) under the central bank gave the order sending letters to all the scheduled banks on Thursday.

Apart from Shahed the BFIU also said that accounts of the people and organisations associated with him would be subjected to same measures.

The instruction will be applicable for 30 days.

Earlier in the day, Dhaka Metropolitan Police has sent letter to the Immigration Police seeking instruction on baring Shahed from leaving the country,

On June 6, a mobile court of the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) conducted raids at the Uttara and Mirpur branches of the Regent Hospital following allegations of issuing fake COVID-19 certificates.

Later, the head office of Regent in city’s Uttara area and its hospital were sealed off. The mobile court also sealed off the Mirpur branch of Regent Hospital on Wednesday.

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