Death of rich husband, police next to oppressed woman

Death of rich husband, police next to oppressed woman


Own correspondent, Dhaka Times

The husband is a rich businessman. Owner of a multi-storey house in Dhaka. There are business establishments. He suddenly fell ill and died in Corona. The sudden departure of her husband became a black cloud in the life of a childless woman. After her husband’s death, Satin’s children were evicting her from the house. She was also being deprived of the support that her husband had provided for her. He felt helpless in this world. Later, on the advice of a well-wisher, he wrote a message to the Media and Public Relations Wing of the Bangladesh Police expressing his sorrow, misery and deprivation. The media wing listened to him and decided to stay by his side. Later, the police arranged for him to pay his dues through legal aid.

Media and Public Relations Officer (AIG) at the police headquarters on Friday night. Sohail Rana informed the media about this.

Sohail Rana said that after receiving the message from the woman, he was informed that the media wing would be by his side. After that, the media and public relations wing of the Dhaka Metropolitan Police, the then OC of Shahbagh Police. Mamunur sent Rashid to instruct the lady to provide legal assistance and advice on what to do. OC Shahbagh discussed the matter with both sides with utmost sincerity. By involving the local people’s representatives and dignitaries of the area, he arranged a fair solution with the consent of both the parties. As a result, the other party explained to her in the shortest possible time what property and benefits she was entitled to under the law.

According to the police headquarters, the issue was resolved on June 23 through an excellent understanding between the two sides. At the same time, the police have ensured the safety of the woman. The other side has been informed that the police will not be stingy in taking strict action against them in case of any loss. Besides, the Media and Public Relations Wing has kept in touch with the woman. The last time the media and public relations wing inquired about the woman was on July 15. At that time, the woman expressed her sincere gratitude to the Bangladesh Police.

According to the policy, the names of the persons and matters involved in the incident have been kept secret in the highest regard for the welfare and protection of the victims, according to the Media and Public Relations Wing.

(Dhaka Times / 16 July / ES)


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