Court agrees to PBI report stating actor Salman Shah committed suicide
Dhaka, November 1: The court has accepted the final report submitted by the Police Bureau of Investigation (PBI) on the death of Salman Shah, the unrivaled actor in Bengali films. The PBI report said, "Salman Shah, the popular hero of Bengali films, was not killed, he committed suicide due to a family dispute."
On Sunday (October 31), the court of Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Mamunur Rashid accepted the final report given by the PBI. Salman Shah's mother's lawyer Farooq Ahmed expressed his displeasure over the final report. At the same time, Salman Shah's mother Neela Chowdhury was requested to take a virtual statement. The court dismissed the application as the plaintiff was not present. Salman Shah's mother's lawyer Farooq Ahmed confirmed the matter.
PBI Inspector of Police Sirajul Islam submitted a 600-page report to the Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate's Court on February 25 last year. Earlier in the day, on February 24, the investigation report of the case was presented by the Chief of Police Bureau of Investigation (PBI) Banaj Kumar Majumder.
The PBI chief said the statements of 44 witnesses who were present at the time of the incident and involved in the incident were recorded under Section 161 of the Criminal Procedure Code. The testimony of 10 witnesses was recorded under Section 164 of the Criminal Procedure Code. As well as the relevant signs of the incident were seized. Reviewing these issues, it is seen that the film actor Salman Shah has committed suicide due to a family quarrel. No evidence of murder was found.
The PBI investigation report cites five reasons for Salman Shah's suicide.
They are: -
Salman's deep intimacy with actress Shabnur;
Marital quarrel with wife Samira;
Multiple suicidal or attempted suicide due to excessive emotional stress;
His infinite love for the mother led him to fall into the trap of complex relationship, which accumulated into anger;
Imperfection in marital life due to lack of progeny.
Actor Chowdhury Mohammad Shahriar (Emon) alias Salman Shah died on September 6, 1996, when he was at the peak of his popularity in the film industry. His father Kamaruddin Ahmed Chowdhury (deceased) filed a case of unnatural death in that incident.
On July 24, 1997, he alleged that his son had been murdered. The court directed the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) to investigate the murder case together with the unnatural death case.