PBI said they have not found any proof for the allegations of torture against Apan Jewellers owner Dilder Ahmed by his daughter-in-law Faria Mahbub Piasa
The Police Bureau of Investigation (PBI) on Sunday said they have not found any proof for the allegations of torture against Apan Jewellers owner Dilder Ahmed by his daughter-in-law Faria Mahbub Piasa.
The investigation officer of the case Inspector Mujibur Rahman in the final report submitted to metropolitan magistrate Tofazzal Hossain said the allegations against accused Dilder Ahmed and Apan Real Estate adviser Mohklesur Rahman were baseless.
Earlier a Dhaka court ordered the PBI to investigate the matter following a petition filed by Faria, 26, wife of Dilder’s son Shafat Ahmed, in early March.
According to the petition, Faria had married Shafat about five years ago. On March 5, 2019, Dilder assaulted her and drove her out of the house with the assistance of Mokhlesur.
Faria, former director of Asian TV who now runs Sohana Group with partners, mentioned in her petition that her father-in-law also threatened her with life and pressured her to divorce Shafat, a prime suspect in the Banani Raintree Hotel rape case.