Next hearing in Khaleda's Gatco unite case on Aug 31

Next hearing in Khaleda's Gatco unite case on Aug 31

A Dhaka court on Sunday (July 24) conceded till August 31 the meeting on charge outlining against BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia and 13 others in the Gatco unite case that includes Tk1,000 crore.

Judge Mohammed Ali Hossain of the Dhaka's Third Special Judge's Court set the new date in the wake of tolerating a period supplication documented by Khaleda Zia's guidance.

Be that as it may, the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) went against the request.

The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) documented the body of evidence against 13 individuals, remembering Khaleda and her more youthful child Arafat Rahman for September 2, 2007, with Tejgaon Police Station for their job in defilement in regards to writing an agreement with Global Agro Trade (Pvt) Co Ltd (Gatco) for holder the executives at inland holder stops in Dhaka and Chattogram.

Formal charge was submitted against 24 on May 13, 2008. In any case, of the 24 charged, 11 including Arafat, Saifur Rahman, MK Anwer, Abdul Mannan Bhuiyan and Ahmed Abdul Kashem have kicked the bucket up to this point. One more blamed previous Ameer for Jamaat-e-Islami Matiur Rahman Nizami has been executed subsequent to getting indicted and condemned to death in a violations against mankind case.

As per the case, there was debasement in the granting of an agreement to Global Agro Trade (Pvt) Company Ltd (Gatco) for compartment the executives at inland terminals in Dhaka and Chittagong. The unite purportedly cost the state exchequer over Tk1,000 crore.

Khaleda Zia was captured for the situation on September 2, 2007. She was liberated the next year after she got bail in Gatco and three different cases.