The police recovered the body of a housewife from the yard of her father-in-law’s house in Bogra’s Adamdighi. His name is Meher Nigar Sohagi (20). The body was recovered from Kalaikuri village of the upazila on Thursday evening.
Since the incident, the in-laws are absconding and their house is locked. Earlier, the in-laws took her to the hospital by spreading the word that the housewife had taken poison.
In this incident, the housewife’s father filed a murder case at the Adamdighi police station on Friday morning.
According to the relatives of the housewife, Meher Nigar Sohagi of Shibpur village of Sadar Union got married to Nadeem Pramanik of Kalaikuri village of the upazila three years ago. After marriage, Sohgi was tortured mentally and physically by her husband and in-laws on various pretexts.
Neighbor Sagar Ahmed said that his Nanad Hosne Ara tortured Sohagi mentally and physically due to a family dispute on Thursday morning. Due to this, Sohagi fell ill. Yesterday afternoon, her husband and in-laws spread the word that the housewife had taken poison, and she died on the way to the Adamdighi Upazila Health Complex and then to Bogra Shaheed Ziaur Rahman Medical College Hospital.
After returning from there, the husband and relatives left the body in the yard of their house and ran away. Sohagi’s family members were then informed.
Sohagi’s mother Najma Bibi said that her daughter was physically tortured and killed by the people of Nanad and father-in-law’s house. He demanded quick arrest and trial of those involved in the murder.
In this regard, Adamdighi Upazila Health Complex resident doctor Mahabub Rahman said, ‘The housewife was brought in a coma. Seeing the deterioration of the condition, he was sent to Bogra Shajimek Hospital.
In this regard, Adamdighi Police Station Officer-in-Charge (OC) Rezaul Karim Reza said that Sohagir’s father-in-law’s house is locked. There are 8-10 fugitives.
In this incident, the housewife Sohagi’s father filed a murder case in the police station as the plaintiff. The exact cause of death cannot be known until the post-mortem report is received.