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Anti-Corruption Commission conducts sudden drive at a DNCC office
The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) on Tuesday conducted a sudden drive at a Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) office in Mirpur over a bribery complaint.
A seven-member ACC team, led by its Assistant Director Salina Akhter, conducted the drive at the DNCC Zone-2 office following a complaint that officials take bribe for providing services in every phase, reports UNB.
During the drive, the team found three supervisors keeping middlemen who help them take bribe from the service-seekers.
It also found no citizen charter and any list of prices for their services at the office.