Published:  12:08 AM, 12 February 2019

It's not a single handed murder

Ex-teacher's forensic report suggests, police on hot pursuit

It's impossible to murder the former principal of Eden Mohila College Mahfuza Chowdhury Parvin. Her body has multiple injury marks indicating more than one were involved in the killing.

Dhaka Medical College Forensic Department chief Sohel Mahmud told the press yesterday after the postmortem. The doctor said: "She was strangled to death and there are wounds on the lip, mouth and finger.

Apart from, one of her fingers has been found broken hinting a wrestled with the killers." Meantime, Police were on hot pursuit to capture two domestic workers of the former principal soon after filing a murder case against them for their suspected involvement in the killing.

"Husband of the victim and also former Bangladesh Chhatra League leader Ismat Kadir Gama filed the case accusing their two housemaids Reshma and Swapna with New Market Police Station," said deputy commissioner (DC) of police of Ramna division Maruf Hossain Sarder. Both the accused went into hiding since the killing of Mahfuza Chowdhury Parvin at their own flat at Sukanya Tower in Elephant Road on Sunday night, he said.

Name of another housemaid Runu was not included in the case despite she is also considered as suspects in the murder. "Drives are being carried out to capture the housemaids Reshma and Swapna," he also said, adding that they have yet been confirmed which things were looted from the house.

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