The Anti-Corruption Commission has submitted charge sheet against law maker Kazi Firoz Rashid Chowdhury.
ACC Deputy Director Jahagir Alam submitted the charge sheet to the court concerned on Monday.
According to the sources, ACC investigator Zulfiker Ali filed a case against Kazi Firoz Rashid, the law maker of Dhaka-6 constituency, alleging that he is involved in grabbing one bigha (0.4 acre) land at Dhanmondi of the capital.
According to the FIR report of the case, a government house on a one-bigha land in Dhanmondi residential area was allocated to the then diplomat Mohammad Ali on November 3, 1951.
Later, in 1970, the authorities concerned agreed to hand over the land to inheritors of Mohammad Ali — his second wife, son, daughter. Also, mutation of the land was made in their names. On May 22, 1970, the ministry concerned also gave approval for handing over the land to them.
But Firoz Rashid grabbed the land (Road No 2, House No-65) preparing fake documents in August 1979, the FIR said.
In August 2015, the ACC initiated a probe against Kazi Firoz Rashid for allegedly grabbing land in the capital. The national anti-graft body interrogated him on August 13, 2015.