The Bangladesh Competition Commission will file a case against any other organization in the future if it finds evidence of anti-competition activities.
The plaintiff in the case is the son of Shafiqur Rahman of Jahangirpur village of Chaugachha upazila’s Moshahedur Rahman. In the statement of the case, it has been said that the MD of Evaly did not give the product with the money and later on July 25, Tarafdar Md. Moshahedur Rahman was given a check of Tk. 1 lakh 77 thousand by the National Bank.
The activities of the organization are going to be stopped in the absence of the chief executives. The company has already stopped taking orders for the Evaly T-Ten' offer as it has not been able to pay regular bills to the sellers.
Gulshan police duty officer ASI Alindra confirmed the information to Bangla's online news portal Dhaka Post. “Rassell told us he was feeling sick around 9 pm on Friday,” he said.
Earlier in a press briefing, Hafizur Rahman, additional secretary to the Commerce Ministry said that Evaly had violated numerous provisions of the Penal Code 1860, Digital Security Act, and Consumer Rights Protection Act.
Earlier, Paperfly, one of the leading companies in the technology sector, is going to take legal action against Evaly for recovering arrears. The company claims that the current arrears of Tk7 crores.
The practice of not giving products with money has created an unstable environment in the e-commerce sector.
Police have also arrested the chief executive officer (CEO) of an e-commerce site called Nirapad.com for allegedly swindling crores of rupees from shoppers. Shahriar Khan opened an e-commerce site and attracted ordinary customers through advertisements.
Bangladeshi e-commerce platform Evaly owes Tk205 crore 86 lakh 84 thousand 383 of merchants, said a letter signed by company's MD Mohammad Rassell to the Commerce Ministry.
The e-commerce platform Evaly founder and CEO Mohammad Rassell said that all pending orders will be delivered to customers within the next five months.