Court orders seizure of properties belonging to Matiur and his family members

Former NBR official’s properties attached by court: FE Report

Are you ready for some juicy details on a corruption scandal that has rocked Dhaka? Well, buckle up because we’ve got the inside scoop on the latest developments in the case involving Matiur Rahman, a former member of the National Board of Revenue.

In a shocking turn of events, a Dhaka court has granted a petition filed by the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) to attach over 1,000 decimal land and four flats owned by Matiur Rahman and two of his family members. The properties in question are located in Narsingdi, Barishal, and Bashundhara in the city.

The ACC’s petition alleges that Matiur and his family members have been trying to transfer ownership of these properties in order to evade potential consequences of the ongoing investigation. The court’s decision to attach the properties comes after a travel ban was imposed on Matiur and his family members earlier in June.

The controversy surrounding Matiur’s wealth first came to light when his son posted a photo of a sacrificial goat on social media, claiming to have purchased it for a whopping Tk1.2 million. This raised eyebrows as Matiur’s official salary is nowhere near that amount, leading to further scrutiny of his assets and lifestyle.

As the investigation unfolds, more details are emerging about the extent of Matiur’s wealth, including luxury cars and multiple properties in different locations. The ACC has formed a committee to look into the allegations against him and his family members, and it seems like this scandal is far from over.

Stay tuned for more updates on this developing story as we uncover the truth behind Matiur Rahman’s alleged corruption and illicit wealth. It’s a scandal that has captivated the nation and shed light on the dark underbelly of corruption in high places. Don’t miss out on the latest twists and turns in this gripping tale of power, money, and deceit.

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