Biman high-ups, including some of its board members, have been misappropriating huge money through irregularities in tender process. On the other hand, some officials of CAAB, the aviation regulator, accept bribes from contractors, who are “looting money” by building poor-quality towers and boarding bridges, the Anti-Corruption Commission has found.
Its enquiry report did not name anyone, but the probe detected corruption in eight sectors at the Biman and 11 sectors at the Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB).
The separate enquiries, which began in March 2017, into the conducts of the national flag carrier and the aviation regulator are based on interviews of current and retired officials, analysis of annual and audit reports, statements of victims and media reports.
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