Police recovered 21-year-old Munia’s body from a flat in Gulshan on Monday
Some objects, used by Mosarat Jahan Munia, have been sent to the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the police in connection with the case filed against Bashundhara Group MD Sayem Sobhan Anvir for allegedly abetting the young woman’s suicide.
Confirming the matter, Special Superintendent of Police Rumana Akhter said the forensic lab of the CID had received the articles sent by the investigating officer of the case on Thursday.
The CID would submit its report to the authorities concerned as soon as it was done through examining the evidence, she added.
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Gulshan police station OC Abul Hasan, the investigating officer of the case, said some of Munia’s clothes, footwear and toothbrush had been sent to the CID for forensic testing.
Police recovered 21-year-old Munia’s body from a flat in Gulshan 1 on Monday evening. It is suspected that she committed suicide.
A second-year student at Mirpur Cantonment Public School and College, Munia had been living in the flat, which Sayem had rented for her, since March.
Munia and Sayem had allegedly been in a secret relationship for the last two years.
Her sister Nusrat Jahan filed the case with Gulshan police station, several hours after finding her dead, accusing Sayem of abetting her suicide.
Meanwhile, a Dhaka court on Tuesday imposed a travel ban on Sayem, barring him from leaving the country.
Sayem is the son of Ahmed Akbar Sobhan, chairman of Bashundhara Group, one of the largest industrial conglomerates in Bangladesh.