Abul Khair Group was founded in 1953 as a maker of Beedi, hand-rolled cigarettes.
Abul Khair Tobacco Company Limited offered free gifts with their cigarettes in 2009. This violated the Narcotics Control Act, 2005 which prohibits the advertising and promotion of tobacco products.
A mobile court fined Abul Khair Group for breaking Bangladesh Standards and Testing Institution rules by not labeling their milk products with a Maximum Retail Price on 2 February 2010.
On 16 February 2011, two vessels owned by Abul Khair Group, MV Titu-22, and MV Titu-21, sank off the coast of Kutubdia Lighthouse near the Port of Chittagong after colliding with MV RAMSI. They had 26 crews of whom seven were lost at sea.
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