They stand accused of embezzling Tk1.1 crore
The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) on Friday filed a case against three people, including a former caretaker of 250-Bed Kushtia General Hospital, over alleged misappropriation of government funds.
Deputy Director of ACC Public Relations Office Muhammad Arif Sadeq confirmed the matter to UNB.
The accused are Hasanujjaman, retired supervisor of the hospital, AHM Abdus Quddus, assistant repairer-cum-training engineer of the National Electro-Medical Equipment Maintenance Workshop and Training Center, and Jahedul Islam, proprietor of Paragon Enterprise.
The accused, working in concert, allegedly embezzled more than Tk1.1 crore by procuring medical equipment at prices higher than the market price for illegal financial gain without verifying or collecting the market price of medical equipment before the call.