Supreme Court lawyer Md Ashraful Islam filed the writ petition as public interest litigation on Monday
A writ petition has been filed with the High Court seeking a judicial inquiry of police officials concerned for not accepting an attempted rape case in Nagarpur, Tangail.
The secretary of the Home Ministry, inspector general of police (IGP), Tangail chief judicial magistrate, deputy commissioner, superintendent of police (SP), and the Nagarpur upazila nirbahi officer (UNO) have been made respondents to the writ.
Supreme Court lawyer Md Ashraful Islam filed the writ petition as public interest litigation on Monday.
On September 14, madrasa student Matiur Rahman reportedly attempted to rape a 10th grade student in Nagarpur.
According to the lawyer, the victim’s father lodged a written complaint with Nagarpur police station the day after the incident, but police did not record the case.
Later, the father of the victim complained as police had not taken any action 22 days after the incident.