A Dhaka court today placed Salim Pradhan, the alleged kingpin behind online casino business, on 7-day remand in two separate cases filed by the Anti-Corruption Commission.
Dhaka Senior Special Judge KM Imrul Kayes passed the order when he was produced before the court.
The court on October 3 placed Salim Pradhan and two of his cohorts to 4-day remand each in a case lodged over narcotics act.
On October 27, the Anti-Corruption Commission filed two cases, one for money laundering and another for possessing narcotics, against Salim with Gulshan Police Station.
Earlier on October 1, Rapid Action Battalion's mobile court sentenced him to six-month imprisonment for keeping two deer hides.
Rapid Action Battalion arrested Salim from a Bangkok-bound flight at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport. They later raided Selim's two offices in Gulshan and Banani.
On September 30, the anti-graft body formed a probe team to investigate the assets of the people who were found involved with illegal casino business.