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Tanushree Majhi (18) commits suicide due to harassment by Muslim stalkers: Khulna, B’desh

A Bangladeshi Hindu college student named Tanushree Majhi (18) committed suicide due to harassment by Muslim stalkers in Koyra, Khulna. Before committing suicide, she wrote the names of three Muslim men in the suicide note.

Deceased Tanushree Majhi was the daughter of Deepak Majhi of Hadda village in Maheshwaripur union of Koyra Upazila in Bangladesh. On September 15, Tanushree committed suicide by hanging herself at her home in the afternoon. She was a first-year student of Garikhali Abu Musa Memorial Degree College.

A part of the suicide note says, “I just wanted to live properly, but I couldn’t. They are following me everywhere. There will be no peace until I die. Alif, Mihir, Shubho they didn’t let me live. Father, mother, uncle and aunt please forgive me.”

Tanushree’s father Deepak Majhi said that after having lunch, he went to the riverside. Around 4:30 in the afternoon, he found out that his daughter committed suicide. He quickly came home and recovered the body of her daughter. Then they saw the suicide note under her mobile phone. The words were written on that paper mentioning the names of three people.

IC Md. Moniruzzaman said “the body has been handed over after the autopsy. Action will be taken against anyone who had instigated this suicide.” Koira Police Station Officer-in-Charge (OC) ABMS Doha said that, “a college student named Tanushree committed suicide on Thursday afternoon. She wrote a suicide note. Three names are mentioned there. The handwriting on the note would be checked to see whether it is the writing of the deceased student. Further action will be taken after investigation.”

Previously a Hindu girl was drugged by her classmate’s mother in the Sylhet district of Bangladesh. The victim Hindu girl is a Class IX student of Premadamoyee Girls’ High School, a traditional and the only all-girls educational institution in Madhabpur of Sylhet division.

(This article was first published on Sriti O Chetona and has been republished here with consent, with minor changes and a different headline)

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Sriti O Chetona is a website - https://sritiochetona.org/ - dedicated to Bengali Hindus and their homeland Bengal (East and West), a part of it is currently an Islamic state known as Bangladesh and the remaining part is on the verge of becoming a part of greater Bangladesh.

3 COMMENTS

  1. It is predominantly a class issue (rich or poor). The rich people, irrespective of religious backgrounds, are safe. It is the poor who are not safe (both in Bangladesh and in India).
    There is another issue that is at work here. And that is the colonial laws/rules and culture. Violation of one’s physical integrity (MAINLY BY POLICE and other SECURITY SERVICES) is readily acceptable by the masses. The whole psyche of the people in the Indian sub-continent is in URGENT need of change.
    Once we start prosecuting, among others, the members of the police forces for assaulting/beating up detainees people will start to respect one another as human beings. And once we start prosecuting the teachers who assault/cane their students people will know that no one has any right to inflict any kind of pain on another. One then people will start taking things seriously.

    • No, the dehumanizing treatment of ‘kafirs’ in Muslim regions of the subcontinent, or anywhere for that matter, is not a class issue – it is rooted in theological doctrines that encourage such behavior to show one’s loyalty to the ‘One True God’. Your point about governance structures in the subcontinent being rooted in colonial mindsets is well taken though.

  2. There are hundreds of Tanusree to succomb to death this way. There is no security to Hindu men and women in Bangladesh. Madam Sk Hasina’s assurances (that Hindus are safe in Bangladesh) are all hogwash!

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