She was asked to appear at the commission’s head office on Nov 4 for questioning.
The ACC sent a letter in this regard to Rupa on Oct 28.
According to it, the DAG has been charged with irregularities, corruption, abuse of power and bribery through forgery and collusion with various accused, including GK Shamim, to acquire illicit wealth.
A Khulna court on Thursday sentenced three people to death for killing a van driver in Bhatiaghata upazila in 2019.
The convicts are Md Robiul Islam, Boni Amin Sheikh and Md Shahidul Islam.
Under section 201 of the Penal Code,the court sentenced them to seven years rigorous jail and fined them 20,000 each.
Besides, under section 302, the court fined them Tk 50,000 each.
According to the prosecution, van driver Rashedul Islam Gazi, 17, had gone missing after going out from his house on August 19, 2019.
Later, his severed body was recovered on August 20.
Later, Rashidul’s father Halim Gazi filed the murder case with Batiaghata Police Station accusing unidentified people.
On 21st August, Rashedul’s head was recovered.
On January 14 this year, police submitted chargesheet against the three accused.
After examining all the records and witnesses, Khulna district and session judge Moshiur Rahman Chowdhury handed down the verdict.
A Sylhet court on Wednesday sent a suspended constable Titu Chandra Das to jail after conclusion of eight days of remand in two phases over the death of Raihan Ahmed at Bandarbazar police outpost.
Sylhet Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Court Judge Ziadur Rahman passed the order after members of Police Bureau of Investigation (PBI), produced him before the court.
On Oct 20, Titu was placed on a five-day remand and on Oct 25 he was again put on a three-day remand. A team of PBI arrested him on October 20 from Sylhet Police Lines.
On October 11, Raihan, 34, a resident of Akharia in Sylhet city, was beaten to death in police custody, said the victim’s family.
His wife Tahmina Akter Tanni filed a case at Kotwali Police Station the following day accusing a number of unidentified people.
Besides, the authorities on October 12 suspended four policemen, including the then in-charge of Bandarbazar Police outpost Akbar, in connection with the death.
Three policemen were withdrawn in this connection on the same day.
The case was transferred to the PBI.
Besides, the SMP formed an investigation committee, headed by its Additional Deputy Commissioner Shahrier Al Mamun, to look into the death of Raihan. After a primary investigation, they found some policemen guilty of foul play.
After the autopsy, doctors said they found 111 injury marks on Raihan’s body and two of his nails were pulled out.
On October 22, former SMP Commissioner Golam Kibria was transferred over widespread criticism of the role of police after the death of Raihan.
Irfan Selim, the suspended Councilor of Ward 30 under Dhaka South City Corporation, and his bodyguard Zahid were remanded in police custody for three days on Wednesday in a case filed over the assault on a Navy officer.
Additional Metropolitan Magistrate Asaduzzaman Nur passed the order when police produced them before the court and sought seven days to interrogate them.
Lieutenant Wasif Ahmed Khan of Bangladesh Navy filed the case at Dhanmondi Police Station naming four people. Apart from Haji Selim’s son Irfan and Zahid, the other accused are -- AB Siddique Dipu, 45, and Md Mizanur Rahman, 30.
All four are now behind bars.
According to the case statement, a car hit Wasif's motorcycle near Labaid Hospital at Dhanmondi around 7:45pm when he and his wife were returning to their Mohammadpur residence from Nilkhet.
Some people came out of the car and physically assaulted the navy official and verbally abused his wife.
Rab arrested Irfan from his father Haji Selim’s residence on Devdas Lane in Old Dhaka on Monday afternoon. Two firearms, 38 walkie-talkies and liquor were seized from Irfan’s house during the drive.
Later, a Rab mobile court sentenced Irfan and Zahid to one year in jail for possessing illegal walkie-talkies and drinking liquor.
Rab said they were given six-month jail each for drinking liquor and another six months for the illegal possession of walkie-talkies.
Meanwhile, the government suspended Irfan from the post of councillor on Tuesday.
On Wednesday, four separate cases were filed at Chawkbazar Police Station against Irfan and Zahid for possessing firearms and drugs.
Four separate cases were filed against Irfan Selim, the suspended Councilor of Ward no 30 of Dhaka South City Corporation (DSCC), and his bodyguard Zahid under the Arms Act and Narcotics Control Act.
Delwar Hossain, inspector (operation), of Chwakbazar Police Station filed two cases each against them early Wednesday for possessing illegal firearms and drugs, said duty officer Sub-Inspector Shah Newaz.
A mobile court of Rapid Action Battalion (Rab) on Monday sentenced Irfan and his bodyguard to one year in jail for possessing illegal walkie-talkies and drinking liquor.
Rab said Irfan and Zahid were given six-month jail each for drinking liquor and another six months for the illegal possession of walkie-talkies.
Two firearms, 38 walkie-talkies and liquor were seized from Irfan’s house during a Rab drive.
Irfan was arrested from his father’s residence on Devdas Lane in Old Dhaka on Monday afternoon for "attacking" Lieutenant Wasif Ahmed Khan of Bangladesh Navy.
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Wasif filed a case over the assault at Dhanmondi Police Station naming four people and several unnamed accused. The three other accused are -- AB Siddique Dipu, 45, Md Zahid, 35, and Md Mizanur Rahman, 30. All four are now behind bars.
According to the case statement, a private car hit Wasif's motorcycle near Labaid Hospital at Dhanmondi around 7:45pm when he and his wife were returning to their Mohammadpur residence from Nilkhet.
Later, some people came out of the car and physically assaulted the navy official and verbally abused his wife.
Meanwhile, the government has suspended Irfan from the post of councillor for assaulting the Navy official.
The Local Government Department on Tuesday issued a notification in this regard.