|Moosa bin Shamsher|
Dhaka: Moosa bin Shamsher, commonly known as Prince Moosa, has been sued by the Customs detectives for his alleged involvement in laundering money.
Director General of Customs Intelligence Mainul Khan said that a case was lodged against Moosa with Gulshan Police Station in the connection on Monday.
Assistant Revenue Officer (ARO) of the Customs Intelligence Md Zakir Hossain filed the case.
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According to the case statement, Moosa used a sports utility vehicle (SUV) evading tax and submitted unclear information to the customs about Tk 96,000 crore in a Swiss bank account.
The controversial businessman stands accused of dodging Tk 21.7 million in duties for the SUV.
On March 21, the SUV of world famous luxury automobile brand Range Rover was seized by the Customs intelligence from the Dhanmondi house of his son’s in-laws.
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After confiscating the vehicle, the Customs Intelligence office summoned Moosa and questioned him claiming that the car was registered with false import documents.
Moreover, the business tycoon said that he has Tk 960 billion deposited in his Swiss accounts.
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