College girl’s death: hearing on probe report after regular court reopens
Hearing on acceptance of the probe report -- that cleared Bashundhara Group Managing Director Sayem Sobhan Anvir of charges of abetting the suicide of a college student -- will be held after regular court reopens.
An official of the General Recording Office (GRO) at the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate's Court of Dhaka notified the media of the development.
While talking to The Daily Star today, the victim's sister, also the complainant of the case, said she will file a no-confidence petition against the probe report filed by the investigation officer.
She also claimed that she received no cooperation from the law enforcers in connection with the case and she was not informed about the probe report before its submission.
She said she will go to the highest court for justice.
On July 19, Investigation Officer Abul Hasan, the officer-in-charge of Gulshan Police Station, filed the probe report with the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate's Court.
The investigation officer wrote in the report that no evidence of Anvir abetting the victim to commit suicide was found.
On April 26, police recovered the body of the 21-year-old woman, hanging from the ceiling fan of her bedroom in a Gulshan flat.