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A Dhaka court Wednesday ordered arrest of Sheikh Rehana, younger sister of detained Awami League chief Sheikh Hasina, in an extortion case. Magistrate ABM Abdul Fattah of the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate's (CMM) for Dhaka issued the warrant of arrest at 11:15am after accepting the charge sheet in the case. He also ordered authorities to attach all her movable property. The court set Nov 11 for the next hearing of the extortion case filed by businessman Azam Jahangir Chowdhury, managing director of Eastcoast Trading Limited, on June 13. Rehana lives in England. The police on July 24 pressed extortion charges against Hasina, Rehana and their cousin and AL presidium member Sheikh Fazlul Karim Selim. Gulshan police chief Obaidul Haque filed the chargesheet with the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate's Court for Dhaka in the Tk 3 crore case.
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Getting back smuggled out wealth and money
British assistance offer welcome
The Anti-Corruption Commission's efforts to strike a deal with Scotland Yard to secure return of money and wealth stashed away abroad by suspected high profile corrupt Bangladeshis, with the famous law enforcement agency's help, have received an impetus. It came with British High Commissioner Anwar Choudhury and Director for Asia at the UK fo
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