A tribunal here on Wednesday sent a suspended official of the Police Bureau of Investigation (PBI) to jail in a case for raping a 20-year-old college student in Khulna. The suspended PIB official is inspector Manjur Hasan Masud. Also read: College student raped by PBI official in Khulna Women and Children Repression Prevention Tribunal-1 Judge Mst Dilruba Sultana passed the order turning down the bail plea when Masud surrendered before the court. Earlier, accused Masud was granted bail for 14 days by the High Court on May 26 in the case. On May 25, he was suspended from his post. According to the case, the victim was raped allegedly by a PBI official at Mirzapur Road in Khulna city on May 15 promising her to solve the problem when she went to police station following a cyber-issue. Also read:Fugitive PBI inspector suspended over Khulna college girl's rape The victim immediately lodged an FIR at the Khulna Sadar police station, said Hasan Al Mamun, officer-in-charge (OC) of Khulna Sadar police station. A case was filed after a medical examination at the One Stop Crisis Center (OCC) of Khulna Medical College Hospital.
A 20-year-old woman was raped allegedly by an official of the Police Bureau of Investigation (PBI) at Mirzapur road in Khulna city on Sunday. Police said a college student came to PBI Inspector Majurul Ahsan Masud five days ago following a cyber-issue. The crime occurred on Sunday noon when Inspector Masud took her to a newspaper office at Mirzapur Road promising her to solve the problem. Also read: Female UP member ‘raped’ in Rajshahi: 5 held The victim immediately lodged an FIR at the Khulna Sadar police station, said Hasan Al Mamun, officer-in-charge (OC) of Khulna Sadar police station. The woman was sent to the One Stop Crisis Center (OCC) of Khulna Medical College Hospital for medical examination, he added. The evidence of the crime was found primarily, said the OC. Also read: College student accuses former lover of rape with promise of marriage in Kurigram Processes are underway to file a case in this regard, he added, saying, “Efforts are on to nab the police official.”