Fardin's death: Bushra released from jail two months after arrest
Amatullah Bushra, an accused in a case filed over the death of Buet student Fardin Noor Parash, was released from Kashimpur Women's Central Jail today, exactly two months after she was arrested.
Obaidur Rahman, senior super of the jail, said Bushra's father received her around 2:30pm from jail authorities.
The private university student, who was arrested in the capital's Banasree on November 10, secured bail on Sunday.
Judge Tahsin Iftekhar of Additional Metropolitan Sessions Judge's Court-7 issued the bail order.
On November 10 last year, Rampura police arrested Bushra, a friend of Fardin, from her Banasree house soon after a murder case was filed against her.
She was sent to jail on November 16 after her bail petition was rejected following the completion of her five-day police remand.
Fardin, a third-year student of civil engineering at Buet, was found dead in Shitalakkhya in Narayanganj on November 7, three days after he went missing.
After investigating the incident for over a month, the Detective Branch of police and Rab on December 14 said Fardin died by suicide after jumping off a bridge into the river.
A day later, DB Chief Mohammad Harun Or Rashid said they did not find Bushra's involvement in the incident.