Regent Hospital Chairman
The High Court has rejected the bail application of disgraced Regent Hospital chairman Mohammad Shahed, in a case of fraud and embezzlement. HC bench of Justice Farid Ahmed and Justice Mohi Uddin Shamim passed the order on Tuesday. Advocate Sagir Hossain Leon stood in favor of the application in court. Deputy Attorney General Bashir Ullah stood on behalf of the state. Bashir Ullah said the court did not grant bail to Shahed in the case filed by a businessman at Uttara West Police Station for non-payment of dues for sand bought for construction. The trader used to supply sand to Md. Shahed alias Shahed Karim's company. Read: Sahinuddin murder: HC rejects former MP Awal’s bail But Shahed kept turning around without paying. Shahed even called the businessman in the name of paying him and instead had him beaten up. After Shahed's arrest for irregularities at Regent Hospital , he filed a case with Uttara West Police Station, said Bashir Ullah On July 6 last year, RAB raided the Uttara and Mirpur branches of Regent Hospital. During the operation, fake Covid test reports, and various irregularities including collection of money from patients in the name of Covid treatment were unveiled. The next day, a case was filed against 17 people at Uttara West Police Station. On July 15, from the border area of Satkhira, Regent Group and Regent Hospital Chairman Shahed was arrested by RAB. Shahed has been imprisoned since then. Last year, the court sentenced him to life imprisonment in an arms case.
The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) on Wednesday filed a case against Regent Hospital Chairman Mohammad Shahed and four others for issuing fake Covid-19 test certificates.
A Dhaka Court on Sunday sent Regent Hospital chairman Mohammad Shahed to jail in a case filed for misappropriating Tk 2.71 crore from Farmers Bank.
There is a saying in Mass Communication that media make personality. Mass media can make a person prominent and ruin one’s reputation in no time. Taking advantage of media’s influence, a wicked man may grow and steal the show. Md Shahed of Regent Group is a glaring example.
BNP on Thursday alleged that the ‘government’s policy’ is behind the rise of Regent Hospital chairman Mohammad Shahed and JKG Healthcare's chairman Dr Sabrina who indulged in fraudulence in the name of corona test.
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.
Regent Hospital Chairman Mohammad Shahed was arrested based on information given by the hospital’s managing director Masud Parvej, said Director-General of Rapid Action Battalion Chowdhury Abdullah Al Mamun.
A case was filed against Regent Hospital Chairman Mohammad Shahed on Monday on charge of embezzling more than Tk 91 lakh from a transport exporter in Chattogram.