Chhatra League leader’s four-month family by arranging ‘false marriage drama’
An allegation has been made against a Chhatra League leader of the Rajshahi University branch that he is not acknowledging his wife after four months of marriage. In this regard, the victim girl (21) gave a written complaint to the proctor’s office of the university on Monday. The young woman said that her husband has cut off contact and is threatening her when she tries to contact him.
The young lady studied in a private university in Rajshahi Nagar. The accused Chhatra League leader’s name is Mominul Islam. He is a student of the 2018-19 academic year of the Fisheries Department of the University and Syed Amir Ali is the Vice President of the Chhatra League. His home is in Narail district.
In the written complaint, the student stated, ‘Mominul Islam, a student of Rajshahi University, called a gentleman and staged a fake marriage and lived with me in the identity of husband and wife. I have lived with him for the past four months. But for some time I noticed that his behavior was very bad and he stopped communicating with me. I have no one to stand by me this time. My father is crippled, I have no contact with him. My mother is a heart attack patient. I have no guardian. On that occasion he gave me a political scare.’
The student told Prothom Alo, ‘I have a six-month relationship with Momin. Momin has been staying with me for the past four months. We lived in a rented house in Kajla. We have traveled to different places together. But now she is denying me. I have also spoken to the Motihar police station about the matter.’
When asked if there is any proof of marriage, he said, ‘I don’t have any proof of marriage. Blinded by love, I got married then. Now I am emotionally broken because of her denial. I went to commit suicide today. After hearing the sound of the chair falling, the people of the house rescued me and called 999 and took me to the hospital.
Chhatra League leader Mominul Islam’s mobile phone was contacted several times to inquire about the complaint, but he did not pick up the call.
Proctor of the university Asabul Haque said, ‘I have received a complaint. In this incident, a three-member investigation committee has been convened by Assistant Proctor Saika Kabir. This is the outer case. Therefore, if the complaint is found to be true, it will be sent to the police station for resolution.
Officer-in-Charge (OC) of Motihar Police Station Ruhul Amin said, ‘The student verbally informed us about the matter. But did not give any written complaint. Legal action will be taken if complaints are received.’