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Body of HSC student found in Gulshan flat

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Police recovered the body of a 18-year-old girl from a luxurious flat in Dhaka’s Gulshan area on Monday.
The deceased, Mosarat Jahan Munia, of Comilla, was an HSC second year student at a college in the capital.
The law enforcers suspected that the girl, a leading businessman’s girlfriend, committed suicide in the flat where she started living alone from March.
Meanwhile, a case was filed against the businessman with Gulshan police station early Tuesday by the girl’s elder sister Nusrat Jahan.
She alleged that the businessman instigated her sister to commit suicide, according to the case statement.
Police recovered the body in the evening and later sent it to Dhaka Medical College morgue for autopsy, Dhaka Metropolitan Police Deputy Commissioner (Gulshan division) Sudip Kumar Chakraborty said.
The girl was a “girlfriend” of a “businessman” and the police collected all electronic gadgets she used from the flat along with CCTV footages, he said.
The flat, where the businessman used to visit, was rented at Tk1 lakh and Tk11,000 was paid as service charge a month, but the young lady was an unemployed student, the police official said.
He said: “Mosarat informed her elder sister on Sunday that she was in trouble. Hearing this, Nusrat Jahan, a banker, came to Dhaka from Comilla on Monday and rushed to her sibling’s flat in the evening.
“Nusrat knocked at the door but there was no response from inside. She also found her sister’s phone not reachable from a while ago. Later, she unlocked the door, entered the flat and found her sister hanging from a ceiling fan.”
Nusrat informed the owner of the house about the matter and then police was informed, the deputy commissioner said.
He also said that the police were communicating with the authorities to impose a travel ban on the businessman so that he could not fly via a private jet.

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