Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Aminul Haque submit wealth report

Aminul Haque, 3 other graft suspects submit wealth report

Four more high-profile graft suspects including former telecommunications minister Aminul Haque and BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia's nephew Shahrin Islam Tuhin submitted wealth statements to the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) through representatives yesterday.

The other two are ex-communications secretary Ismail Zabiullah and former Awami League (AL) lawmaker from Jessore Ali Reza Raju.

Barrister Aminul Haque, who stands accused of aiding and abetting the Islamic militants, turned in his statement through his lawyer Nazmul Alam.

According to the statement, he owns a four-storey building on an eight-katha plot in Baridhara, a house on the outskirts of Rajshahi, a plot in Savar, and around 139 decimals of land in different other places.

Aminul, his wife and daughters have Tk 30 lakh in 21 bank accounts. Besides, he has gold worth around Tk 1.6 lakh, Tk 2.3 lakh in cash, furniture and electrical appliances priced at over Tk 4 lakh.

In his statement handed in through SM Sharif, Tuhin said he has a flat in Gulshan-2 in the city and around 700 decimals of land in Dhaka and other places.

Besides, he has Tk 2.5 crore deposited with the Rajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkha (Rajuk) for three plots in the capital. As movable property, he showed a security deposit of around Tk 5 lakh, furniture priced at Tk 3 lakh, shares worth around Tk 31.5 lakh, and Tk 41 lakh invested in different ventures.

He has two insurances each worth Tk 4.5 lakh. He mentioned 15 bank accounts in his statement but did not disclose the amount.

Tuhin and his wife Aisha Islam each own 100 tolas of gold. Around Tk 9 lakh has been deposited with the Rajuk in his wife's name.

Aisha has share certificates worth around Tk 7 lakh and Tk 7.4 lakh in cash.

Former communications secretary Ismail Zabiullah declared his wealth to the anti-graft body through AK Mostafizur Rahman. In his statement, he showed a plot in Purbachal and four other plots in Dhaka and one in Chittagong city.

He said he owns a flat at Lake City Concord in Dhaka. His movable properties include savings certificates worth Tk 10 lakh, fixed deposit Tk 25 lakh, share certificates worth over Tk 1 lakh, and a credit card with a limit of withdrawing $ 3,000.

According to the statement, he also has Tk 27 lakh with different banks and $3,000 in cash. He showed savings certificate of Tk 10 lakh and gold weighing 25 tolas in his wife's name.

Former lawmaker Ali Reza Raju tendered his statement through his representative Zahirul Alam.

He showed 500 decimals of land and about Tk 4 lakh in five bank accounts.

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