Investigations into Bangladesh CB hacking: CID yet to receive analytical report | Daily News

Investigations into Bangladesh CB hacking: CID yet to receive analytical report

The CID conducting investigations over money laundering investigations following the theft of $81 million from the Bangladesh Central Bank yesterday informed the Colombo Chief Magistrate that they were yet to receive an analytical report from Moratuwa university pertaining to a CPU of computer and two mobile pones alleged to have been used by a director of Shalika Foundation. Further magisterial inquiry into the incident was fixed for by Chief Magistrate Lal Bandara.

So far, Police have not made any arrests in connection with the incident. The CID conducting investigations into the bank accounts maintained by the Shalika Foundation over money laundering charges following the theft of $81 million from Bangladesh Central Bank had earlier informed Court that a Japanese man had involved in remitting $20 million to the Shalika Foundation. The CID told that statements given by various individuals including the directors of the Shalika Foundation have revealed that a Japanese man called Sasuki Thadasi had taken measures to remit an amount of $20 million to a bank account at Pan Asia Bank on February 4, 2016.

Following a request by the CID, the Chief Magistrate barred Gamage Shalika Perera of Dehiwala, Don Prasad Rohitha of Piliyandala, Nishantha Nalaka Walakuluarachchi of Homagama, Sanjeewa Tissa Bandara of Dehiwala and Shirani Dhammika Fernando of Dehiwala from leaving the country. The CID conducting investigating into the incident alleged that the NGO had been set up in the guise of helping low income families and maintained a bank account that can be probed under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act.


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