In the abetment of suicide case of college student Mosarat Jahan Munia, her sister filed a no-confidence petition in response to the police's final investigation report that exempted Bashundhara Group Managing Director Sayem Sobhan Anvir from charges.
Nusrat Jahan Tania filed the petition Tuesday with the court of Metropolitan Magistrate Rajesh Chowdhury.
General Registry official, Deputy Inspector Alamghir Hossain said the court may hold a hearing on the petition on Wednesday after assessing the documents but it’s not confirmed.
On July 19, Gulshan police submitted a final investigation report on the case exempting Anvir from the charges.
On April 26, Munia’s sister filed a case with the Gulshan police station after her body was recovered from a flat in Gulshan.
According to the case complaint, in 2019 after being introduced through a friend Anvir started living with Munia in a Banani flat as husband-wife.
In 2020, when Anvir’s family got to know about their relationship, his mother started threatening Munia.
After that Anvir sent Munia back to her hometown Cumilla saying he will marry her later.
On March 1, 2021, Anvir rented a flat in Gulshan area and Munia was living in that flat since.
On April 23, Anvir had a fall out with Munia and threatened her over posting a photo in a neighbor’s house where she went for an iftar party
On April 25, Munia had called her sister in Cumilla and confided to being "in trouble". On that basis, Nusrat Jahan came to Dhaka next day and reached her sister's flat in the evening.
As her sister didn't answer the door, she then informed the landlord, who called in the police. In the flat they found Munia's hanging body.