Body found in Malibagh identified
The girl, who was found dead last night in a lane on Circular Road in Malibagh area of Dhaka, was a student of Stamford University.
The victim Rubaiya Sharmin Rumpa, 21, a first-year student of English Department, was a daughter of police inspector Rukan Uddin, Monirul Islam, officer-in-charge of Ramna Police Station said today.
The victim used to live with her mother and younger brother at the capital’s Shantibag area as her father Rukan Uddin is stationed as an in-charge of a police outpost in Habiganj.
Family members identified the body seeing her images in different media today, said police.
However, police were in dark till filing this report to crack the motive in the mysterious death of Rumpa, who met her tragic end of life apparently after falling from a building at Siddheswari area in Circular Road on Wednesday night.
Morgue sources said they suspect that she might be raped.
Sohel Mahmud, head of the Dhaka Medical College Forensic Medicine Department, told reporters that her hands, legs, waist and spinal cord were fractured.
Monirul Islam, officer-in-charge of Ramna Police Station, there are three high-rise buildings, including a women’s hostel, next to the site, but no resident could identify her.
The woman, wearing salwar-kamiz, died after falling from a building, locals suspect as they heard a sound before finding her lying on the street, the OC added.
“We will collect her fingerprints and run a check on the national database if we can’t identify her,” he added.