Chargesheet against model Piasha in drug case
Dhaka, September 28: The CID has filed a chargesheet against model Faria Mahbub Piasha in the case filed under the Narcotics Control Act at Bhatara Police Station in the capital. The investigating officer of the case filed the chargesheet in the court of Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Satyabrata Sikder on Monday (September 27).
Earlier on Wednesday (August 11), the court rejected his remand and bail application and ordered her to be sent to jail.
Police produced Piasha in the Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate's Court after a three-day remand in a case filed under the Narcotics Control Act at Bhatara Police Station. After that, for proper investigation of the case, the CID requested to place her in remand for five days in two separate cases under the Narcotics Act in Bhatara and Gulshan police stations.
On the other hand, Piasha's lawyer applied for bail, while seeking cancellation of her remand. After hearing both sides, Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Baki Billah rejected both the remand and bail application and ordered her to be sent to jail.
Meanwhile, according to the information given by Piasha, the detective police raided the house of another model Maryam Akter Mou on Mohammadpur Babar Road in the capital. Huge quantities of alcohol were recovered from her home. Later, Mou was arrested and was also taken to the DB office for questioning.
According to police, Model Piasha and Mou are members of a gang. They used to lure the rich in the name of the party and take offensive pictures after feeding them alcohol and yaba. Later, they would show the picture and blackmail the victims and demand a large sum of money. After arresting the two models, Harun-ur-Rashid, joint commissioner of the detective (north) branch of the Dhaka Metropolitan Police, briefed reporters about it.
At the time, he said, the police had received many blackmail allegations against them. Their homes were raided to investigate the incidents. Foreign liquor, yaba and shisha were found in the houses of the two. There was also a liquor bar in Mou's house.