Muktijoddha Mancha on Thursday submitted a memorandum to the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) demanding publication of the list of corrupt people involved in money laundering abroad, including Begumpara in Canada.
A four-member team led by Mohammad Al Mamun, general secretary of the platform of the freedom fighters' families, handed over the memorandum to ACC Secretary Dr Muhammad Anwar Hossain Howladar.
Speaking to journalists, Al Mamun said thousands of crores of taka are being siphoned off abroad from Bangladesh every year.
"We think that the ACC has failed in its duty to prevent this. The ACC has been given the responsibility to curb corruption at all levels of the state. But how much has the ACC been able to fulfil its responsibility?"
He further said it has become a demand of the time to expose the corrupt people who are looting people's money.
"We had planned an ACC siege programme demanding the disclosure of the list. Police stopped us on our way near the Raju sculpture, allowing the four of us to hand over the memorandum. That's why we came here."
He said the ACC must ensure exemplary punishment for the 28 corrupt bureaucrats, politicians and businessmen who have laundered money to Begumpara in Canada.