New acccusations against DIG Mizanur

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New acccusations against DIG Mizanur

A news presenter of a private TV channel has now alleged that she had received death threats from DMP additional commissioner Mizanur Rahman.

New acccusations against DIG Mizanur
Mizanur had been withdrawn from Dhaka Metropolitan Police on 9 January on charges of abusing power to get married for a second time and repressing women.

The news presenter has filed a general diary with the airport police station in Dhaka.

She alleged that Mizanur said he would cut her body into pieces and hang her head from the Zero Point.

Because of his threats she and her family have been confined to their home for about four months, she said, adding that she cannot even send her child to the school fearing for his security.

Mizanur threatened to harass her more, and circulate obscene photos if they go outside, she further alleged.

On 10 April, she came to know about a Facebook page opened in her name that had been publishing offensive photos, said the news presenter.

The victim has also filed a complaint with the cyber security and security division of the DMP.

Airport police station officer-in-charge Nure Azam said, they were looking into the allegation and the cyber security and crime division were also working with them in this regard.

Asked whether they had spoken to Mizanur Rahman, the police officer said their higher authorities were looking into the issue.

“Mizanur is a pervert, he grows relationships with women and abuse them,” she said, also alleging that he had also wanted to marry her.

This correspondent could not reach Mizanur despite repeated calls.

Earlier, a bank official named Mariam Akhter Eco accused Mizanur of marrying her by force. The police headquarters then formed a three-member probe committee on 8 January to look into the allegation.

Led by additional inspector general of police Moinur Rahman Chowdhury, the committee included DMP additional commissioner Shahabuddin Qureshi and Police Bureau of Investigation superintendent Mia Masud Hossain.

The committee reportedly found Mizanur guilty.

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