In a rented flat in the capital’s Banani, Subrata Das, a friend of Proshanta Kumar Halder alias PK Halder, set up offices of two shell companies — Wakama Limited and A&B Trading.
With the help of his friend, Subrata then took Tk 31 crore loan from FAS Finance in the name of A&B Trading and Tk 87 crore from International Leasing and Financial Services (ILFS) Ltd for Wakama Limited.
The Anti-Corruption Commission already filed a case against Subrata, who is now in the US, his wife Shuvra Rani Ghosh, former managing director of NRB Global Bank PK Halder and three others.
In connection with the case, a four-member team, led by ACC’s Deputy Director Gulshan Anowar Prodhan, interrogated Shuvra, director of both the shell companies, for about five days last week.
Later, Shuvra confessed to a Dhaka magistrate that she took a loan of about Tk 87 crore for Wakama Ltd with fake documents.