SSC candidate commits suicide in Ishwardi after insulting her husband
Ishwardi (Pabna) Correspondent
SSC candidate Sifa Khatun (16) committed suicide out of shame as her husband did not receive calls despite calling her several times.
She is the daughter of Hishab Ali, a farmer of Bhardimari village in Salimpur Union. This tragic suicide incident took place on Monday night in the father's house in Bharaimari village in Salimpur union of Ishwardi upazila. Ishwardi police station sent his body to Pabna morgue for post-mortem on Tuesday morning.
Regarding the suicide, Salimpur Union Parishad Chairman Abdul Majid Bablu Malitha said that Sifa Khatun got married as a child in the neighboring union Dashuria during the corona period. The deceased student's husband works in Chittagong. The girl from her father's house was participating in the SSC examination held this year. She had been calling her husband repeatedly since she had passed her English test on Monday. But her husband did not answer the phone and she was disappointed. Because of this, it is believed that he may have committed suicide. Sifa participated in English first paper exam on Monday morning. On Tuesday morning I was supposed to appear for English paper II exam. Even in the evening he was normal at home. Around 8:30 in the night, family members called Sifa.
At that time, without getting any response, he entered the house and found his dead body hanging from the bed with the veil wrapped around his neck. After reporting to the police station, the police came late at night and recovered the body from the spot.
Arvind Sarkar, OC of Ishwardi police station, said that after hearing the news of the death, he went to the spot and recovered the body of Sifa while hanging, and the body was brought to the police station. Sent to Pabna Hospital morgue for postmortem on Tuesday morning. Police initially believe it was a suicide. However, the real reason will be known when the post-mortem report is available. A UD case has been registered in this regard at Ishwardi police station.