Ghulam Rahman, former chairman of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC)

'ACC must be investigated without influence'

In response to the corruption allegations leveled against former Inspector General of Police (IGP) Benazir Ahmed, Ghulam Rahman, former chairman of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC), emphasized the importance of conducting a thorough and impartial investigation to ensure transparency and justice.

Ghulam Rahman highlighted the significant role played by media

US wants to further improve labor rights

On 22 Apr 2024, delegations from the United States and Bangladesh convened at the Secretariat in Dhaka to discuss further improvements in labour rights within Bangladesh. Led by Brendan Lynch, Assistant US Trade Representative for South and Central Asia, the US delegation emphasized 11 key factors for enhancing labour rights. Commerce Secretary Tapan Kanti Ghosh led the Bangladesh side in the meeting. The discussions primarily centered around an action plan proposed by the visiting US Trade Representative team, aiming to address issues such as trade union formation, worker rights protection, and

Corruption investigation started against Benazir

The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has initiated an investigation into allegations of illegal wealth acquisition against former Inspector General of Police (IGP) Benazir Ahmed and his family. This move comes following a series of events including a writ filed in the High Court seeking an inquiry into the corruption allegations against Benazir Ahmed. Investigation Committee A three-member committee has been formed under the leadership of Hafizur Rahman, deputy director of the ACC, to investigate the corruption allegations against the former IGP. Legal Proceedings A writ was filed in