Anti-Corruption Commission has planned to take Malaysian government’s assistance to jointly investigate Bangladeshis’ alleged illegal investment there.
ACC commissioner (investigation) Md Shahabuddin on Wednesday said an agreement in this regard would be signed by June.
He made the disclosure at a views-exchange meeting at ACC headquarter at Segunbagicha in the capital. ACC organised the views-exchange with the owners and the chief executives of broadcast media ahead of observing corruption prevention week.
Among others, ACC chairman Md Badiuzzaman, Commissioner Dr Nasir Uddin and top officials of different TV channels were present.
Commissioner Shahabuddin said, “Those, who have built second homes in Malaysia, are high profiles. We have received a lot of information in this regard. We can work on it smoothly if we can sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Malaysia”.