Staff Correspondent: The Anti-Corruption Commission has summoned former managing director of Barapukuria Coal Mine SM Nurul Aurangzeb to interrogate him about the coal scam.
The commission sent a letter yesterday to Aurangzeb, who is currently working as the Managing Director of Madhaypara Granite Mining Company.
Aurangzeb recently got a 42-day Hajj leave from Petro Bangla, the mother organization of the energy companies.
An ACC source said, it is true that he got the leave but he did not leave the country.
“We want to interrogate him before he leaves the country,” he said.
The commission formed a committee on Jul 23 to investigate the scam and the team was asked to submit report within 15 working days.
Meanwhile it has imposed a travel ban on 21 persons accused of being involved in the Barapukuria coal scam.
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