Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has filed a case against Chattogram Police inspector and former officer-in-charge (OC) of Lohagara and Sandwip Md Shajahan for concealing information on his assets.
ACC Chattogram-2 Region Deputy Director Ratan Kumar Das filed the case on Tuesday.
In the case filed by the ACC, Inspector Shahjahan has been accused of misusing his power and concealing information on acquiring assets worth Tk 49.39 lakh. At the same time, assets worth Tk 78.1 lakh is found to be inconsistent with his known source of income.
Earlier, ACC directed the Md Shajahan and his wife Ferdousi Akter to file separate statements of assets.
Md Shahjahan joined Lohagara police station on 12 June 2012 as OC. There he was accused of various irregularities including abuse of power, illegal arrests and acquisition of assets. He was later transferred to Swandip over the allegations. Similar allegations were raised against him in Swandip too.
In February 2018, ACC Chattogram-2 started an investigation based on a complaint lodged by a person named Harun at the ACC head office in Lohagara.