Prashant Kumar alias PK Haldar, a former managing director of NRB Global Bank and a money launderer, was arrested in India on Saturday. Now it may take 3-6 months to bring him back to the country, said the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC).
After the news of PK Haldar’s death, senior ACC lawyer Khurshid Alam Khan (May 13) told the media that the process of bringing the accused back from India is quite easy. Which we couldn’t get from Canada. We will be able to bring him back to the country within three to six months after completing the specific process through the court.
Lawyer Khurshid Alam further said that if it was proved that PK Haldar had bought the properties confiscated in India with Bangladeshi Taka, then the ACC would bring them back through the court.
The ACC lawyer said that the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has made amilia through some information in different countries including India, which is a Mutual Legal Assistant Request. I mean, we got some data from him (PK Haldar). PK may have some properties in West Bengal, Mumbai or Delhi in India – from this source we have given some data to India. Then the investigation started.
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