Printed on Wed Sep 28 2022 7:38:57 PM

Instructions to return the smuggled money of e-Orange

The High Court has directed the customers of e-commerce company e-Orange to return the smuggled money and distribute it among the victims. At the same time, the court directed to take action against the money launderers of e-Orange customers. The court also issued a rule asking why no directive would be given to form a high-level committee in this regard.

Thursday, April 7 Justice. Nazrul Islam Talukdar and Justice Kazi Mohammad. The High Court bench of Izarul Haque Akand passed the order.

Advocate Ahsanul Karim and Barrister M Abdul Qayyum appeared for the writ petition. Deputy Attorney General AKM Amin Uddin Manik represented the state.

Earlier, on April 3, 547 customers of e-Orange fraud filed a writ petition in the High Court seeking a refund of Tk 77 crore and 46 lakh. The writ has demanded a proper investigation into the embezzlement of customers' money.

Barrister M Abdul Qayyum filed the writ petition on behalf of more than five hundred customers including Tareq Alam. The ACC, Bangladesh Bank and others have been made defendants in the writ petition.

E-Orange, an online shop launched in 2007, has been accused by consumers of failing to deliver on time with money since the middle of last year.

The owner of the company Sonia Mehzabin and her husband Masukur Rahman is now in jail in a case filed against e-Orange for embezzling Tk 1,100 crore from customers for non-delivery of goods and non-refund of advance money.

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