The party leaders and workers could not escape from irregularities and corruption

The party leaders and workers could not escape from irregularities and corruption

Manikganj-1 MP Naimur Rahman Durjoy has been accused of embezzling lakhs of money from the people of the area and irregularities and corruption in various sectors. As a result, many Awami League leaders think that the popularity of this famous former cricketer has been questioned. The party leaders and workers could not escape from irregularities and corruption.

In Durjoy’s constituency, many unemployed youths have lost everything in the hope of getting jobs in various educational institutions.
They have sworn many times behind MP Durjoy, worked as servants, as well as handed over lakhs of Taka to those close to the MP to get a job. But none of them got jobs or money. The afflicted common people are being forced to calculate the interest every month by failing to repay the money brought at high interest. Even the party leaders and workers were not spared from the fraudulent act of swindling money at the residence of the MP.

Abu Bakar Siddique, general secretary of Charkatari Union Juba League in Daulatpur, Manikganj, did not try to exert any influence by using party names. He is also not involved in tender-extortion. Abu Bakr Siddique, a child of a poor family, dreams of a small job. But the job did not happen, on the contrary, in the name of local MP Durjoy, his nephew Abbas took Tk 5 lakh as bribe. He also did not have a job. The money was not returned. His family has been paying interest on the money for the last two and a half years. He said, ‘I met the MP in Dhaka without getting the money back. At one point he told me to be patient for a few more days. If you give the circular again, it will become a job.

The party leaders and workers could not escape from irregularities and corruption

Abdul Aziz, son of late Mohir Uddin of Lautara village in the same Upazila, has also fallen victim to the ruthless job trade of the MP clique.
Abdul Aziz said he handed over Tk 6 lakh as bribe to Abbas, who is close to the MP, for the post of peon. But I didn’t get a job, I didn’t get my money back. On the one hand, NGOs have to pay thousands of rupees every week for installments, on the other hand, they have to pay high interest for loans. Giving two handfuls of food to the family members at two o’clock for which it is difficult, the pressure of bribery of the MP cycle has been imposed on his head.

When questioned about these issues, Manikganj-1 MP Naimur Rahman Durjoy always told reporters, “I don’t know anything about irregularities and corruption. ” Ask those who have been bribed by job seekers. ‘He said,’ There is a conspiracy against me.

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News Source: Kaler Kantho

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