Anti-govt conspiracy foiled in Islami Bank

Syed Ahsanul Alam,,,Qazi Shahidul Alam
Syed Ahsanul Alam,,,Qazi Shahidul Alam
Syed Ahsanul Alam,,,Qazi Shahidul Alam

The interference of Jamaat-e-Islam backed mafia is being foiled in Islami Bank with major reshuffle in the high-ups of the bank.Most recently, the Head of Human Resource Management Mahbub Alam was transferred for irregularities and nepotism in recruitment.

IBBL Vice-Chairman Prof Syed Ahsanul Alam Parvez, who is well known as a pro-government teachers’ leader, has received threat to resign from bank. Besides the threat he joined the board meeting amid tight security. Board of Directors sought a special investigation by central bank to find the details.

The board also changed the Public Relations and CSR head over their alleged involvement with Jamaat.The board also decided to hand over its BDT 450 crore Jakaat fund to Prime Minister’s Jakaat fund. They also have taken initiative to give BDT 13 crore to Social Welfare Ministry for cooperate poor people in Ramadan.

After the meeting Prof Syed Ahsanul Alam Parvez told media that the law enforcers are asked to ensure his security. The anti-liberation force is trying hard to get back their position in the bank, he added. He further said that I faced threat as I protested the wrongdoing and mismanagement of the bank.

However, I am not afraid. No evil force will be stayed at IBBL, he assured. In response, several directors expressed their concern and urged the chairman to take necessary measures.

Member of board of directors Prof Qazi Shahidul Alam told media that Prof Syed Ahsanul Alam Parvez faced threat as he took a strong stand against the accused for Jamaat backed Directors Humayan Bakhtiar and Professor NRM Borhanuddin.

In January 5, there was a mentionable change in IBBL which was seriously opposed by Islamic Development Bank (IDB) and foreign share holders of Islami Bank.

For this reason, the image corporate culture was damaged over this interference which created sensation in local and global media. Reliable sources told media that this issue may be raised in the Prime Minister’s upcoming visit to Saudi Arabia.

-bdnews24.com

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