At least Bengali in Toronto protesting
Muhammad Ali Bukhari is with Maria Saras-Voutsinas and 33 others.
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A protest of expatriates from Greater Toronto Area (GTA) held on evening of Feb. 2, 2020 at the corner of Eldon Ave & Danforth Ave at the east end of the city against the money launderers from Bangladesh to Canada. These protesters demanded immediate action from the Canadian law enforcement agencies in finding the culprits who already been cited or reported in the National media of Bangladesh as well as tangibly tied with Canada, so that the communities as a whole can be protected from the economic velocity causing crises of housing in Toronto and Vancouver.
Can Canada’s Prime Minister Trudeau dig money laundering of his once rival’s partner?
Muhammad Ali Bukhari from Toronto writes for DOT :
Canada’s Montreal based Bangladeshi accountant and MP candidate from the Conservative Party in Papineau constituency in 2008, Mustaque Sarker was once defeated by Justin Trudeau, currently a twice serving prime minister. Mustaque lost miserably as 4th in position with only 3,262 votes, while Trudeau for the first time won with 17,724 votes. His subsequent defeat started in 2000 when he first ran as an independent candidate and got 738 votes with 8th position. Then, he ran twice, in 2004 and 2006 as a Conservative candidate and placed 4th and 3rd with 1,961 and 3,630 votes.
Afterward, Mustaque Sarker initiated a Real Estate Investment and Management Company, Runa Corporation on July 23, 2012 at 3-524 rue Jean-Talon O, Montréal, QC H3N 1R5, Canada under Registaire des Enterprises Québec with identification number: 1168420165 as 9266-5553 Québec Inc., along with Atiqul Alam Chowdhury, Abdus Samad and Shahana Ferdous, and served its President until February 4, 2018. Meanwhile, Proshanta Kumar Halder joined the company, who has a background of money laundering of BD Tk 35 billion, equivalent CDN $540 million, and his properties to be crooked as ordered recently by the Bangladesh High Court on which Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) and Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) of Bangladesh Bank investigated. The official data shows, Proshanta Halder of RM #10 Eastern Trade Centre, GPO, Purana Paltan, Dhaka, Bangladesh served the company as Vice President between January 1, 2014 and April 25, 2019.
Now, when a series of articles about money laundering published in various national newspapers in Bangladesh and elsewhere on Proshanta Halder and others, and in reaction hundreds of expatriates in Toronto demanded their lawful expulsion, what PM Trudeau or his law enforcement agencies will do?