Since its inception, RAB has been playing a leading role in arresting all types of criminals and bringing them under the law to maintain the overall law and order situation of the country. Apart from this, prevention of fraud and fraud is an important and ongoing operation of RAB. This operation of RAB has been appreciated in all quarters of the country. In continuation of this, on 13 March 2023 AD, RAB Executive Magistrate Mr. Md. Mazharul Islam and RAB-10 combined with the raiding team completed mobile court activities in Jatrabari, Wari, Kamrangir, Lalbagh, Bangshal and Fatulla areas of Narayanganj. Meanwhile, in the presence of the representative of BSTI, the mobile court imposed a total fine of 26,60,000/- (Twenty Six Lakh Sixty Thousand) to 10 companies for the crime of producing, stocking and selling unauthorized electric cables and fake chemicals, lubricants and electronic goods in the said area. Out of which 2,50,000/- (two lakh fifty thousand) tk cash to Raju Cables Jatrabari, 5,00,000/- (five lakh) tk cash to Imran Electronics Jatrabari, 2 cash to Bangladesh Trust Cables Jatrabari. ,00,000/- (Two Lakhs) Cash to Espress Lubricants Fatulla .5,00,000/- (Five Lakhs) tk Cash to City Plywood Industries Kamrangir- 2,00,000/- (Two Lakhs) tk Cash- 1,00,000/- (One Lakh) tk to Dhaka Plywood Industries Kamrangir, 1,10,000/- (One Lakh Ten Thousand) tk to Imran Chemicals Kamrangir, BRD Cables Kamrangir Lalbagh. K Cash- Tk 2,00,000/- (Two Lakhs), Musa Cables Bangshal Cash- Tk 2,00,000/- (Two Lakhs), Sylvie Cables Wari Cash- Tk 2,00,000/- (Two Lakhs) Rupees, Omar Cable Factory paid a fine of 2,00,000/- (Two Lakhs) tk in cash. Preliminary investigation revealed that these unscrupulous traders had been manufacturing, stocking and marketing unauthorized electrical cables and fake chemicals, lubricants and electronics products for quite some time.