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ACC sues ex-member of NHA

The Anti- Corruption Commission ( ACC) on Tuesday filed a case against Badiul Alam, a former member of the National Housing Authority, for encroaching a plot through forgery .

Hafizul Islam, deputy director of the Anti-Corruption Commission’s head office in Dhaka, filed the case at Dhaka-1 coordinated office.

Former member of the National Housing Authority (now retired) Badiul Alam has been accused in the case who was the mastermind of the encroachment of the plot.

Badiul became the owner of a plot in Mirpur area allegedly through forgery. But the plot was actually allotted to Fazlul Haque Choudhury at the 48th meeting of the housing authority.

Badiul encroached the plot making fake papers that showed the owner had sold their plot to him in exchange of Tk 21 lakh.

Badiul Alam handed over the plot to Khan Properties A7 Developer for construction of a multi-storey building on the land.

Khan Properties A7 provided 8 flats to the accused as per the condition. The accused sold the flats too.

During investigation , Badiul Alam and his brother-in-law’s relationship with deed writer Masood Karim were found.

Masood Karim was the deed writer of the actual owner of the property.

Alam was a member of the National Housing Authority (Administration and Finance) and Member (Land) from 13/03/2005 to 26/12/2008.

The accused was in charge of land management as a member (land).

Source: United News of Bangladesh