Fatema, a teenager studying at a madrasa in Hajiganj, Chandpur, has chosen the path of suicide, not just suicide. Neighbors all knew that the teenager Fatema had committed suicide after seeing her mother’s suffering. But two days after his death, a note (suicide note) changed that notion. Although the note was written for the mother, Fatema blamed a young man named Raju for her death.
Police recovered the body of Fatema Begum, 15, daughter of late Zakir Hossain of Ganganagar village in Hatila union of Hajiganj, on Monday night (April 12). On the day of the incident, Fatema committed suicide by wrapping a blanket around the wall of the house with the help of others. At that time, everyone had the idea that in the absence of mother Chaleha Begum, daughter Fatema had committed suicide.
After the incident, Hajiganj police recovered the body and handed it over to the family. He was later buried in the family cemetery. But two days after the incident on Wednesday afternoon, Fatima’s older brother. Faisal retrieves a note. This note was found while looking for a notebook next to Fatima’s book.
In it, Fatema wrote to her mother, “Mother, you will forgive me.” He has caused us a lot of trouble. I left. But I will not forgive Raju. Because, he cheated with me.
Fatima’s brother said. Faisal said a young man named Anisur Rahman Raju was introduced to his sister on his mobile phone. Raju’s house is in Battala village of Shahrashti upazila. Faisal’s idea, Raju cheated with his sister. Fatema has been forced to commit suicide.
Faisal further said that after the death of his father, his mother Chaleha Begum took the helm of the family. Her sister was studying in 10th class in a madrasa in the area.
Meanwhile, Hajiganj Police Station OC Harunur Rashid said that the police was investigating the whole matter. If the investigation can confirm the allegation of inciting suicide, then legal action will be taken against the accused.
Accused Raju, on the other hand, has fled the area since the incident.
Meanwhile, the Kerala High Court has said that Muslim women can file for divorce outside the court. The court’s verdict overturned a verdict nearly five to 50 years ago.
It is learned that the previous verdict had said that Muslim women can divorce their husbands only through the courts. The United States has welcomed the new ruling, along with the Muslim women’s rights movement.
Meanwhile, the Indian Muslim League in Kerala has said it is an unwarranted interference by the court in Muslim civil law. Earlier, in 1982, the Kerala High Court had ruled in the case of KC Moin v. Nafisa and others.
The exception is in this case – if a Muslim woman wants a divorce, she must go to court. This has been going on for the last 50 years.
A division bench of Kerala High Court Justice A Muhammad Mustaq and CS Dias has ruled that the Holy Quran gives both husband and wife equal rights to seek divorce. That is why if a Muslim woman wants a divorce, she is not obliged to go to court.