fake Covid-19 certificates
The High Court on Monday directed the subordinate court to provide JKG Healthcare Chairman Dr Sabrina’s lawyer relevant documents based on which the case was filed against her.
A Dhaka court on Thursday placed JKG Healthcare’s chairman Dr Sabrina Sharmin Hussain on two-day remand in a case filed over possessing two National Identity Cards or NIDs.
A Dhaka court on Thursday framed charges against eight people including JKG Health Care Chairman Dr Sabrina Sharmin Hussain in a case accusing them of issuing fake Covid-19 certificates.
A tribunal in Dhaka on Wednesday took the charges against Regent Group Chairman Mohammad Shahed Karim into cognizance and fixed August 27 for hearing on charge framing in an arms case.
The government on Sunday cancelled the accreditation card of Regent Group Chairman Md Shahed alias Shahed Karim, who was arrested and put on 10-day remand on charge of issuing fake Covid-19 certificates. “The accreditation card of Md Shahed has been cancelled as he was arrested in a case,” Information Department’s Chief Information Officer Surath Kumar Sarkar told UNB. Shahed took a declaration of a daily newspaper named ‘Doinik Natun Kagoj’ and managed an accreditation card showing his newspaper, he said. “If the law enforcers arrest anyone, his/her accreditation card will be cancelled,” he said adding that Shahed’s authorisation card was cancelled as he has been arrested in a case. Earlier on Wednesday, members of Rapid Action Battalion (Rab) arrested Shahed from Shakhra Komorpur border in Debhata upazila of Satkhira on charge of issuing fake Covid-19 certificates and brought to Dhaka by helicopter. A case was filed against him on July 14 on charge of embezzling more than Tk 91 lakh from a transport exporter in Chattogram. On July 16, a court placed Shahed and Regent Group’s managing director Masud Parvez on a 10-day remand each in a case over issuing fake Covid-19 certificates. The Regent Group head office along with both the hospitals were sealed off and 16 people, including the chairman, were sued on charge of issuing fake coronavirus test reports.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has said around 1,600 Bangladeshis who had been to Italy recently did not carry fake Covid-19 negative certificates. Some of these passengers carried Covid-19 negative certificates on their own just in case they required those subsequently, the ministry said on Thursday. The Italian government has not yet put any condition to carry Covid-19 negative certificate for travelling to Italy, according to the ministry.
A court here on Thursday placed Regent Hospital Chairman Mohammad Shahed and managing director Masud Parvez on a 10-day remand each in a case over issuing fake Covid-19 certificates. Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Mohammad Jashim passed the order after DB police inspector Gaffarul Alam, also the investigation officer of the case, produced them before the court in the morning with a 10-day remand prayer. The court also rejected the bail petitions of Shahed and Pervez when their lawyer advocate Nazmul Hossain filed separate petitions seeking bail for them. Besides, the court also placed Tariqul Islam alias Tarek, an employee of Regent Hospital, on a 7-day fresh remand when police produced him before the court after expiry of his five-day remand.
A Dhaka court on Monday placed JKG Health Care Chairman Dr Sabrina on a three-day remand in a case filed over issuing fake Covid-19 test certificates. Metropolitan Magistrate Md Shahinur Rahman passed the order after Hasnat Khandakar, inspector of Tejgaon Police Station and also the investigation officer of the case, produced her before the court seeking a four-day remand.
A Dhaka court on Wednesday placed seven Regent Hospital employees on a five-day remand in a case filed over their alleged involvement in issuing fake Covid-19 test certificates.
A court here on Tuesday placed four members of a syndicate involved in issuing fake Covid-19 certificates, on a three-day remand in connection with a case filed at Mugda Police Station.