Custom reporter: Titus Gas Transmission and Distribution Company Limited Managing Director (MD) Mir Moshiur Rahman and another officer did not appear in the presence of the Anti Corruption Commission (ACC). Yesterday was called to appear before the ACC.
According to the ACC source, Mir Mashiur Rahman sent a letter to the ACC yesterday morning due to illness. In the letter she asked three weeks to appear in court, reporting various physical problems, including diabetes. Although he worked at the headquarters of Titas yesterday morning. Titas Manager (Public Relations) Golam Mustafa said: & # 39; He (Mir Mashiur Rahman) is from the morning office & # 39 ;.
Similarly, the Deputy General Manager (DGM), SM Abdul Wadud, sought time at the ACC about the disease.
Earlier, on September 20, eight Titas officials were called up for questioning corruption charges, ACC Deputy Director Farid Ahmed Patwari said. Titas MD Mir Moshiur Rahman, DGM SM Abdul Wadud and manager Chabber Ahmed Chowdhury were asked to appear before the court on 1 October. The next day (October 2) Managing Director of Titas & # 39; s Narayanganj Branch Shafiqur Rahman, Manager of T & T Branch (Gazipur) Abu Bakar Siddiqur Rahman, Manager Md. Akhruzzaman, Manager of Engineering Services Branch, Shahjada Faraji and assistant officer Abu Siddique Tayani were asked to appear.
According to sources, the eight officials of Titas were accused of obtaining illegal sources with gas connections via a gas meter and circumventing meters. The Titas officers were summoned as part of the investigation, which began on 6 April 2017, during the period of the complaint.
Meanwhile, the ACC has investigated another allegation concerning the acquisition of illegal gas income and illegal extraction of millions of taka through various irregularities, including corruption and bribery of the limit. The search started in October of 017. The company called both on the indictment. On Saturday, a branch manager of Titas Pipeline Design Division, Sabbir Ahmed Chowdhury and Manager of Electric Correction Control (ECC) Division Md. Abu Bakar Siddiqur Rahman was also scheduled for the ACC yesterday. They also asked for the time of illness.
Earlier, on September 20, a nationally published news appeared that Titas officials used sign language to get a bribe in Gazipur, Savar, Bhaluka and Narayanganj.