Fraud Cases Against Shahed: Arrest Warrant Yet Again
A Sylhet court on Sunday gave capture a warrant against Regent Hospital proprietor Md Shahed pseudonym Shahed Karim — right now detained — in three cases recorded over Check fakes worth Tk20 lakh and 50,000.
The court of Sylhet Senior Judicial Magistrate Harunur Rashid gave the warrant in the cases documented on March 4 by Haji Shamsul Maola, proprietor of Maola Stone Crusher Mill.
Shahed, who in the wake of taking stones from Shamsul gave two checks of Tk10 lakh and another of Tk50,000. Every one of the three of the checks were disrespected by a bank due to not having the sum in the record. Separate cases were petitioned for every one of the checks.
Affirming the issue, Assistant Public Prosecutor (APP) of Sylhet District and Session Judge, Abdus Sattar, additionally attorney of the offended party, said Shamsul provided stones worth Tk30 lakh to Shahed, yet on a few events was denied pay. "At a certain point Shahed gave my customer pay checks, which were all shamed."
Already on October 11, Shahed was created under the watchful eye of a Chittagong court regarding a case documented with Chittagong's Double Mooring police headquarters for misusing Tk 91 lakh from a finance manager.
So far he has more than 50 bodies of evidence documented against him. As indicated by RAB's intel to July, Shahed stole around Tk2.50 crore to Tk3 crore from various individuals through various false exercises.
As per sources, he stole over Tk100 crore from two staggered promoting (MLM) organizations.
Already on September 28, a Dhaka court had condemned Shahed to life term detainment in an arms case.
Shahed was captured by Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) from Satkhira in the early long periods of July 15 when he was attempting to escape to India on a boat. He was later transported to the capital.
After four days, a DB police group discovered Shahed's vehicle before a house on Sector 11 in Uttara West region. They held onto a gun with a solitary projectile from the vehicle and the case was documented under the Arms Act at Uttara West police headquarters.
Shahed was on the run since wellbeing authorities and RAB assaulted the Uttara and Mirpur parts of Regent Hospital on July 6, following grumblings that the emergency clinic was giving phony Covid-19 declarations, just as charging extravagant expenses for the testing and treatment of patients.
RAB likewise discovered proof of at any rate 6,000 phony Covid-19 test declarations during the attack.
The following day, RAB recorded a body of evidence against 17 individuals, including Shahed, at the police headquarters.