Failing in love, Rumper’s ‘suicide’, ‘boyfriend’ is hanging on the beach

In Siddheswari of the capital, Rubayet Sharmin Rumpa ‘committed suicide’ by jumping from the roof. After several months of relationship, she chose to commit suicide as she wanted to leave her boyfriend’s relationship. About 13 months after the incident, preparations are underway to file a report in the court accusing ‘boyfriend’ Abdur Rahman Saikat of ‘inciting suicide’ by Rumpar.

On December 4, 2019, Rumpar’s body was found in front of a building in Siddheswari area. Police recovered the body and sent it to the morgue of Dhaka Medical College Hospital. Rumpar’s father Rokon Uddin filed a murder case with Ramna Model Police Station on the incident. The police initially investigated the case but later the investigation went to the Dhaka Metropolitan Detective Police (DB).

Later, the detectives arrested Abdur Rahman Saikat on the basis of Rumpar’s mobile call list. Taking him into custody for four days, detectives learned that Rumper had a very good relationship with the beach. Rumpa later broke down emotionally as her relationship deteriorated.

According to the investigation of the case, Rumpa committed suicide by jumping from the roof due to the deteriorating relationship with her boyfriend. Rumpa was not raped before her death. Meanwhile, the police have completed most of the investigations into the case. Now just waiting for the report to be submitted to the court. Rumpar’s autopsy report also found no signs of murder or rape.

Sohail Mahmud, then head of the forensic department at Dhaka Medical College Hospital, told mediapersons that the autopsy did not show any signs of rape on Rumpar’s body. We think he fell from a high-rise building and committed suicide.

According to a source in the detective police, the autopsy report and forensic report and their investigation have come up, all in all, they think that Rumpar’s death was a suicide. Rumpar had a love affair with Abdur Rahman Beach for six to seven months. At one point the beach didn’t want to hold this relationship. As a result, Rumpa committed suicide out of frustration and anger.

Rumpa was a student in the English department at Stamford University. Beach is also a BBA student at the same university. The relationship between them developed due to the privilege of being classmates. Rumpa could not take the trouble to break that relationship. Due to this he chose the path of suicide. According to the investigation sources, the case filed by Rumper’s father will bring charges of incitement to suicide against the beach. The beach is now out on bail.

Rumpa was the eldest of one son and one daughter of police officer Rokon Uddin. Baba Rokon Uddin was an inspector of an outpost in Habiganj at the time of Rumpar’s death. He is currently working in the Special Branch (SB) of the Police in Dhaka.

Commenting on the status of the case filed by him in connection with his daughter’s death, Rokon Uddin told the Dhaka Times, “I don’t know the status of the case. However, the report has not been submitted to the court yet. I have heard that the investigating officer of the case has been transferred. I did not know who the new investigating officer was.

The first investigating officer in the Rumpa murder case was Ramna Police Station Inspector (Investigation) Zahirul Islam. Later, when the case went to the detective police, Shah Mohammad Akhtaruzzaman Ilias, inspector of the Ramna zonal team of the Dhaka Metropolitan Detective Police, got the charge. He has been transferred and is now the officer-in-charge of Uttara West Police Station. Mohammad Salauddin, sub-inspector of Ramna zonal team of Dhaka Metropolitan Detective Police, is currently investigating the case.

Inspector Shah Mohammad Akhtaruzzaman Ilyas told the Dhaka Times that most of the investigations into the case were completed during his time. “I have completed most of the investigations into the case,” he said. Now he will just submit the report to the court.

On the other hand, the current investigating officer of the case, Sub-Inspector Salahuddin, told the Dhaka Times, ‘This is our teamwork. We have senior officials. They will decide what to do next about the report.

(Dhaka Times / 26 January / DM)


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