Customs authority issued a show cause notice asking Prince Moosa bin Shamsher to explain within 15 working days why his Range Rover vehicle won’t be seized and why he won’t be sued in this connection.
Sources told Banglanews that Customs Intelligences earlier filed a case against Musa in Customs Act and informed the customs authority to look after the matter.
However, customs authority is set to fine Moosa and confiscate his car if he fails to reply the notice within due time.
Besides, Moosa might be accused in case filed in Money-laundering Act which can land him to jail, sources added.
On June 8, customs detectives recommended Anti-Corruption Council (ACC) to file a case against Moosa for evading VAT for his luxurious Range Rover car.
ACC Secretary Abu Mohammad Mostofa Kamal told Banglanews that ACC will run an investigation against Moosa, upon recommendation from the VAT intelligences.