Former state minister for information Dr. Murad Hasan, who was recently forced to resign, has lodged a GD with Dhanmondi police station alleging torture against his wife Dr. Jahanara Ehsan.
The Officer-in-charge of Dhanmondi Police Station Ikram Ali Mia told BBC Bangla that Ms. Ehsan called the emergency number 999 in the afternoon and sought police assistance.
“The GD later filed a complaint alleging domestic violence. The matter is investigated,” he said.
Police say that after receiving the call at 999, the police went to the former state minister’s house in Dhanmondi – but he was not at home at that time.
Mr. was forced to resign from the cabinet after a telephone conversation with a Dhaka actress was leaked recently. Hassan. Earlier, he was criticized for making a comment about the daughter of BNP acting chairman Tarique Rahman.
After these incidents, he resigned and went to Canada, but was unable to do so and was forced to return to the country. However, he has not been seen in public since then.
He has already been removed from the committees of the ruling Awami League at various levels.
He returned to the discussion after complaining by calling his wife’s 999 on Thursday afternoon.
Jahanara Ehsan told GD that they have two children aged 18 and 11 in their 19 years of married life.
She said that in recent times, her husband has been abusing and mentally abusing her and her children for no reason. Today at 2:45 p.m. When Hassan and his children started abusing and beating him, he called 999 and asked for police help.
When the police reached the house from Dhanmondi police station, Mr. It is mentioned in the GD that Hasan left the house.
Jahanara Ehsan told GD, “I am insecure in this situation. The defendant can harm me and my children at any time.”
However, as Mr. Hassan’s phone was switched off, he could not be reached for comment.
State Minister for Information Mohammad Murad Hasan had to resign due to a telephone conversation – at one end of which were Bangladeshi filmmaker Mamnoon Hasan Emon and filmmaker Mahiya Mahi.
State Minister for Information Mohammad Murad Hasan, who resigned, was on the other side.
Before the BBC, Mr. Emon confirmed that the conversation had taken place on his telephone and that it was Murad Hassan who had called him.
In the leaked audio, Mr. Hassan was heard speaking in the unpublishable language. At one point he even threatened to rape Ms. Mahi, according to the audio.
Mr. Eamonn told the BBC that the telephone conversation took place in March 2020.