JusticeForTonu | The Daily Star
  • Tonu’s 2nd autopsy finds evidence of ‘sexual assault'

    The second autopsy of Comilla college student Sohagi Jahan Tonu finds evidence of sexual intercourse. First autopsy report however did not find any evidence of rape.

  • No arrest in 2 months

    The investigators of Sohagi Jahan Tonu murder case have yet to identify the killers, let alone arresting anyone two months into the

  • Dhaka traffic suffers in hartal

    Students’ blockade protesting the murder of Tonu at Shahbagh intersection, one of the major intersections in Dhaka, created acute traffic congestion in the capital.

  • Torch march for Tonu tomorrow, hartal the day after

    Students will march with torch tomorrow in favour of the countrywide hartal on April 25 protesting government’s failure to catch the killers of Comilla college student Sohagi Jahan Tonu.

  • Tonu murder: 4 more interrogated

    A team of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) interrogates four people over the killing of college girl Sohagi Jahan Tonu.

  • Advocate Salma Ali

    Tonu's murder should not go unpunished: Adv Salma Ali

    It has been almost a month now and still we have not seen any significant progress in the investigation into Sohagi Jahan Tonu's killing. In an interview with Shamsuddoza Sajen of The Daily Star, BNWLA's (Bangladesh National Women Lawyers' Association) Executive Director Advocate Salma Ali pinpoints various loopholes in the investigation process. BNWLA is providing legal support to the victim's family.

  • Missing friend of Tonu's brother returns

    Mizanur Rahman, a friend of the younger brother of slain college student Sohagi Jahan Tonu, returns home safely 16 days after he went missing from Comilla.

  • In the eye of the storm

    It is in the interest of the Army's credibility that everything should be done to resolve the mystery. Cantonments are not sacrosanct areas and from time to time criminal acts do occur in there.

  • March to PMO if Tonu killers are not caught in 48hrs

    Bangladesh Students' Union threatens to march to the Prime Minister's Office if the authorities fail to catch the killers of Comilla college student Tonu.