Staff Reporter : The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) on Thursday filed a case against Syeda Iqbal Mand Banu, the mother-in-law of BNP Senior Vice-Chairman Tarique Rahman, as she did not submit her wealth statement to the commission in schedule time. ACC Deputy Director R K Majummder lodged the case with Ramna Police Station at around 5:30pm. ACC Public Relation Officer PRO confirming it said that, she did not submit the wealth statement, which was sought from her, the commission filed the case. On Tuesday, ACC approved to file the graft case against her. On Wednesday, she sent an application through her lawyer urging the ACC to issue a fresh notice asking her for submission of her wealth statement. The application said despite knowing well that compliance with the ACC notice is mandatory, Banu was unable to provide the statement of movable and immovable assets and liability acquired by her or by her dependents in their name or in the name of others, and the sources of income with detailed particulars, within the time specified. Two years ago, on January 25 in 2012, the national graft watchdog of ACC served a notice asking Banu to submit her wealth statement to the Commission. But the High Court stayed it upon a writ petition filed by Banu challenging its validity. Later, upon an ACC petition for leave-to-appeal, the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court dismissed the High Court stay order in September last year. On September 26 in 2007, the anti-graft body filed a case against Tarique, his wife Dr Jobaida Rahman and mother-in-law Syeda Iqbal Mand Banu.