Bringing back Lokman's laundered Tk 41cr demanded
Published : Saturday, 28 September, 2019 at 8:35 PM Count : 274
Former footballers and officials of Mohamedan Sporting Club has demanded to bring back Tk 41 crore laundered abroad by the club's incumbent director (in-charge) Md Lokman Hossain Bhuiyan.
They made the demand at a press conference organized against Lokman at Jatiya Press Club on Saturday.
On September 25, Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) members detained Md Lokman, also the director of Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB), along with drugs and some bottles of illegal liquor from his Tajgaon residence in Dhaka.
On Thursday evening, police filed the case with Tejgaon Police Station against him.
RAB-2 commanding officer Ashiq Billah on Thursday said that Lokman earned crores of money by renting casinos at Mohemdan Club. His these money is deposited at Commonwealth and ANZ Banks in Australia.
Quoting the the director, the RAB official also said he has around Tk 41 crore at the two banks in Australia.
Demanding bringing back Tk 41 crore, the club's former captain and its permanent member Badal Roy said Lokmas Hossain damaged tradition and reputation of club by placing their casinos.
He also demanded filing money laundering case against him and dismissal from Mohamedan, and Bangladesh Crciket Board (BCB),
Former footballer Imtiaz Sultan Joni, Kawser Hamid, Rummon Bin Wali Sabbir, Imtiaz Ahmed, among others, were present at the press conference.