JKG Healthcare chairman in a fraud case accused of giving false reports to the coroner. The court rejected Sabrina Chowdhury’s bail application.
His lawyer applied for bail in the court of Dhaka Metropolitan Sessions Judge KM Imrul Kayes on Monday (March 8th). Following the hearing, the judge denied his bail application.
JKG Healthcare reports to 26,000 people in different parts of the country, including Dhaka, without collecting samples for corona identification. Most of it is considered fake. The company was sealed on June 23 after conducting a raid on the allegation. Later a case was filed against them at Tejgaon police station and two persons were arrested.
Earlier on August 5, DB police inspector Liaquat Ali filed a chargesheet against eight people, including Sabrina and Arif, at the Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate’s Court at noon. The other accused in the chargesheet are Abu Saeed Chowdhury, Humayun Kabir Himu, Tanjila Patwari, Biplob Das, Shafiqul Islam Romeo and Jebunnesa. The chargesheet alleges that Sabrina and Arif were involved in the fraud. The rest have helped them to commit fraud and forgery.
Meanwhile, the court has fixed April 5 for the submission of investigation report against Sabrina Sharmin alias Sabrina Arif Chowdhury, a former doctor of the National Heart Institute, in a case of alleged second NID by concealing National Identity Card (NID) information.
On Wednesday (March 3), Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Mamunur Rashid set a new date. The court fixed the date for submission of the investigation report of the case as the investigation officer did not submit the report.
Dr. Badda police station on August 30 last year. Gulshan police officer Mohammad Momin Mia filed the case against Sabrina. The case was filed under sections 14 and 15 of the 2010 National Identity Registration Act.
EC sources said, Dr. Sabrina’s husband’s name is mentioned in two NIDs. One showed less age in the other than the NID. Currently, two of his NIDs have been blocked. The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has sought information from the EC for details after the matter came to light.
In addition, the chairman of JKG Health Care, Dr. in the case of fraud on the charge of giving false reports to Corona. Testimony against eight people including Sabrina Chowdhury and CEO Ariful Haque Chowdhury is going on in the Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate’s Court.
A man named Kamal Hossain filed the case with Tejgaon Police Station on June 23 alleging that he had given false reports without testing for coronavirus samples. The case was registered under Section 160/269/420/408/47/471/34 of the Penal Code. The maximum penalty in multiple sections is seven years imprisonment.
Note that at noon on July 12 last year. Sabrina was brought to the Tejgaon Divisional Sub-Police (DC) office for questioning. After interrogation, the police arrested him in a case filed at Tejgaon police station for giving false report without testing the coronavirus sample. He is currently in jail.