Ex-principal of Eden College strangulated
Hossen Sohel of DOT
Autopsy has confirmed strangulation of former principal of Eden Mohila College Mahfuza Chowdhury Parvin who was found dead on Sunday, reports The Daily Star.
Dr Sohel Mahmud, head of Forensic Department of Dhaka Medical College hospital (DMCH), said today two or more persons strangulated her.
Meanwhile, two domestic helps who were missing since the murder have been sued in the murder case filed by Parvin’s husband Ismat Quadir Gama.
The case was filed against Ruma alias Reshma, 30, and Shopna, 35, said Sub-Inspector Atikur Rahman Biswas of New Market Police Station.
Quadir returned home around 6:00pm on Sunday and found his wife lying face down on a bed with valuables scattered all over the room.
There were three domestic helps in the house. Reshma and Shopna were missing. A third help, an elderly woman, was detained for questioning.
Police suspect that the missing helps, who had been working there for one and a half months, have killed her and fled with the valuables.
Mahfuza was the principal of Eden Mohila College from February 2009 to April 2012.