Printed on Mon Aug 15 2022 3:24:13 AM

Bodies of three young women recovered in the capital

Staff Correspondent
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The bodies of three young women have been recovered from three different areas in the capital. Dhaka Medical College (DMC) Hospital police outpost inspector Bachchu Mia confirmed the information. He said the bodies have been kept at the Dhaka Medical College morgue for autopsy.

Among the three, the bodies of Salma (19) from Hotel Five Star under Motijheel Police Station, Tasmim (16) from Shonir Akhra area and Salma (23) from Batar Police Station were recovered.

Motijheel police sub-inspector (SI) Syed Ali told, "The mystery of the death of a young woman named Salma in Motijheel has been revealed. The matter is under investigation. It will be known later."

The body of another 23-year-old girl named Salma was recovered from the area under Vatara police station. The family is claiming that she hanged himself due to a family quarrel.

On the other hand, the police recovered Tasmim's body from Rayerbag area under Kadamtali police station. Her body was recovered after 9:30 pm on Sunday. She is a student of Shonir Akhra Alphabet School. This time she was supposed to give SSC exam. Her body has been kept in the morgue of Dhaka Medical College for autopsy.

Tasmim's father Mohammad Tushar claimed that his daughter committed suicide on Sunday night after she complained about spending time on her mobile phone without studying properly. She closed the door and wrapped the scarf around her neck with a fan. She was later rescued and brought to Dhaka Medical College Hospital around 11:30 pm. There, the doctor declared Tasmima dead.

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