SC dismisses Moudud’s review for Gulshan home, orders to vacate

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Gulshan home

MNA National Desk: The Supreme Court has ordered Moudud Ahmed to vacate his Gulshan home of 30 years, scrapping his petition to review the verdict given by the Appellate Division.

A five-member Appellate Division panel headed by Chief Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha dismissed the plea with observations, paving way for the BNP leader and former law minister to leave house number 159, in Gulshan-2 for sure.

The apex court today also dismissed a review plea of Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) challenging Appellate Division judgment quashing a graft case filed in this regard against Moudud and his brother Manjur.

The BNP leader in his reaction after the verdict said he is not going to leave the possession of the house, where he is living with his family for last three decades.