Enamul Huq, suspended security commandant of railway's Dhaka division and one of the four who were detained at Pilkhana over the railway-gate scandal, has been sued for concealing his wealth information.
Anti-Corruption Commission Deputy Assistant Director Monirul Islam yesterday filed a case against him with Ramna Model Police Station.
In a statement submitted to the ACC on June 3, said Monirul in his complaint, Enamul provided false information about his wealth and concealed information about over Tk 56 lakh's worth of property.
The anti-graft body on May 5 served a notice on Enamul to submit a statement of his wealth.
Enamul in the statement said he made a profit of Tk 86 lakh by selling a piece of land. But an ACC enquiry found that his profit was only Tk 6 lakh.
By hiding the real amount of the profit, Enamul tried to show a legal source of income, the case statement said.
Azam Khan, driver of former railways minister Suranjit Sengupta's ex-assistant personal secretary Omar Faruq Talukder, drove Faruq's microbus into the Pilkhana BGB headquarters on the night of April 9 and shouted that there was illegal money in the vehicle, taken from railway jobseekers.
Yusuf Ali Mridha, suspended general manager of railway (east), Faruq and Enamul were the other three on the vehicle.
The Border Guard Bangladesh detained the four that night and freed them the following morning.