The autopsy report of international model Raudha called her death a suicide
Two police officers from the Maldives arrived at Rajshahi on Monday morning to investigate the death of Maldivian model Raudha Athif.
Raudha Athif, an international model and student at Rajshahi Islami Bank Medical College, was found dead in her room on March 29.
Senior Assistant Superintendent of Police Mohammed Riaz and Senior Inspector Ali Ahmed were greeted at Shah Makhdup Airport in Rajshahi by Rajshahi Metropolitan Police officers.
Senior Assistant Commissioner Iftekhar Alam confirmed the veracity of the Maldives sending over its investigators to look into the mystery surrounding the death of Raudha.
He said: “They have set themselves up at the Circuit House on Monday and plan to go out on Tuesday.
Additional Commissioner (Investigation) Al Amin Hossain said the case of the unnatural death of Raudha was transferred over to the Detective Branch on Sunday.
He revealed that the Maldives Police may collaborate with the Bangladeshi Police during the investigation.
AC Al Amin also said the police officers had not discussed the details yet, but questioning the college authorities and students are on the agenda.
Raudha was buried on Saturday after the autopsy report said her death was a suicide.