Gulshan police has said that they did not find any evidence of shooting and abduction as the allegation filed by Exim Bank Managing Director against Sikder Directors.
Besides police also denied any probe of fleeing by two alleged accused and directors of National Bank from Dhaka to Bangkok by Air Ambulance.
Investigation Officer at Gulshan Police Station Aminul Islam told Business Mirror that the police did not find any supporting evidence so that it could prove a shot and abduction incident occurred in that case.
“There have no house within two kilometers of the scene which has been said by the plaintiff into the case. We also not find any bullet in the scene,” Amnul Islam said.
“The people who filed the case against Sikder group, also could not provide any evidence by which it could prove that their signature were forcefully taken,” Islam added.
About fleeing the accused directors of Sikder Group by their air ambulance Mr. Islam said the claim also not evident as Civil Aviation officials did not provide any such approval of ambulance flying on May 25.
Meanwhile, the land that had shown mortgaged to get Tk 500 crore much talked loan amount by Sikder Group from Exim Bank is actually owned by Nwabab Askari Jute Mills, Nawab Ali Hasan Askari, a heir of Nawbab family said.
Nawab Ali Hasan Askari in a facebook statement on Friday morning has said that “I have recovered from Covid-19 and undergoing treatment at CMH and get informed that the land that was used as mortgage for getting Tk 500 crore loan from Exim Bank is owned by Askari Jute Mills. I will write details about Sikder Group later,” he said.
Earlier The Daily Star reported that a Sikder Group air ambulance left Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport for Bangkok on May 25 with Sikder Group Managing Director Ron Haque Sikder and his brother Dipu Haque Sikder, both accused of threatening to shoot and torture two top bank officials over loan permission.