A court in Dhaka on Thursday (Oct 28) placed three persons including virtual outlet e-orange owner Sonia Mehjabin and her husband Masukur Rahman on one-day fresh remand each in a Tk 1.20 crore embezzlement case.
Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Shahidul Islam placed them on remand in a case filed with Hatirjheel Police Station in Dhaka for misappropriating Tk 1.20 crore of customers through fraudulent ways without supplying them their products.
The other remanded accused was e-orange’s chief operating officer Aman Ullah.
Earlier, Hatirjheel police station’s sub-inspector Subrata Debnath pleaded to the court to place each of the three accused on a five-day remand for questioning in the case filed on charge of fraudulent practice.
Sazzad Islam, a student of Dhaka College, filed the case with Hatirjheel police station on October 7 last.
In his case, Sazzad stated that he, his brother and a friend paid Tk 1.20 crore to buy motorcycles and necessary home appliances from the e-orange platform witnessing their ‘fascinating offers’. But, the platform embezzled their money instead of delivering their products.