A Dhaka court on Tuesday directed the authorities concerned to freeze two bank accounts of suspended Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of Prisons Bazlur Rashid in a graft case filed by the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC).
Special Judges Court- 5 Judge Md Iqbal Hossain passed the order after hearing an appeal filed by ACC Deputy Director Md Nasir Uddin.
The court also ordered confiscation of all the wealth of the DIG and fixed October 22 for next hearing in the case.
Earlier, on September 1, the court accepted the chargesheet against the suspended DIG.
On August 26, investigation officer (IO) of the case Md Nasir Uddin submitted the charge sheet against Rashid.
ACC arrested him on October 20 last year on charge of accumulating money illegally.
According to the case statement, the suspended DIG failed to show any legal source of Tk 3.8 crore which he had spent for buying a flat in a housing project at Siddheswari in the capital.