The anti-graft watchdog on Sunday sent the letters, signed by ACC Deputy Director Monayem Hossain, to the banks
The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) sought bank account statements of former managing director of Titas Gas Transmission and Distribution Company Ltd Mir Moshiur Rahman and eight other officials following allegations of acquiring large sums of money by providing illegal gas connections.
The anti-graft watchdog on Sunday sent the letters, signed by ACC Deputy Director Monayem Hossain, to the banks seeking information of the transaction held in the nine Titas officials' accounts.
ACC found evidence of providing illegal gas connections against Titas's Manager (Pipeline design dept) Engineer Sabber Ahmed Chowdhury, his wife Rumana Rishat Jaman and owner of SB Construction Company Saiful Islam.
ACC filed cases in September against the Titas officials on charges of acquiring money by bypassing and tampering gas meters.
According to the case statement, the Titas' officials acquiring money by providing illegal gas connections and meter tampering in Gazipur, Savar, Bhaluka and Narayanganj distribution zones.