The Appellate Division on Sunday upheld the High Court order that granted a six-month bail to Awami League MP Abdur Rahman Badi in a case filed for concealing information about his wealth. The SC bench of buy viagra online uk Justice Syed Mahmud Hossain, the chamber judge of the Appellate Division, passed the order after hearing on a petition filed by Anti-Corruption Commission. Earlier on November 2, a court here sentenced Badi, an MP from Cox’s Bazar-4 constituency, to three years’ in jail in the case. The court also fined him Tk 10 lakh, and he will have to suffer in jail for another six months in case of failure to pay the fine. It also acquitted Badi in the case filed for accumulating wealth beyond his known sources of income. Soon after the verdict, Badi was sent to Dhaka Central Jail in http://canadianpharmacy-norxdrugs.com/ Keraniganj on that day ( Nov 2). Meanwhile, the High Court on Wednesday granted him a six-month bail in the case following an appeal filed by him. Later, the ACC filed the petition with Chamber Judge of the Supreme court against the HC order. According to the case statement, Badi concealed information about his wealth worth more than Tk 108.6 million amassed from unknown sources. The case statement also shows that Badi owned property worth Tk 4.979 million in 2008. In an income generic cialis statement sent to ACC in 2013, he stated that he owned assets of Tk 160.7 million. On May 7, 2015, the ACC submitted chargesheet in the case.
Source: New Age