Rape of 12 students: Fatullah madrasa principal remanded

Rape of 12 students: Fatullah madrasa principal remanded
July 07 12:28 2019 Print This Article

Fatullah madrasa principal Al-Amin was placed on five-day remand today in connection with a case filed for raping around a dozen of female students.

Senior Judicial Magistrate of Narayanganj Judge Court Kausar Ahmed passed the order after police produced Al-Amin, founder principal of Baitul Huda Cadet Madrasa at Fatullah in Narayanganj, before the court with 10 days remand prayer.

Earlier on July 4, Rapid Action Battalion detained Al-Amin, 45, from the madrasa who is also imam of a local mosque.

On Sunday, Rab arrested Ariful Islam, 30, an assistant teacher of a private high school in Siddhirganj, for allegedly violating over 20 girls, said Alep Uddin, senior assistant director of Rab-11.

When the news of Ariful’s arrest went viral on Facebook, a student of Baitul Huda Cadet Madrasa saw it and asked her mother why the law enforcers did not arrest the principal of her madrasa, said the Rab official.

Hearing this, the mother asked her what did the principal do? Then she said the principal sexually harassed many girls at the madrasa, the official added.

Later, the mother informed Rab about the matter and then the elite force investigated the allegation and found the principal raped at least 10 to 12 girls since 2018 and tried to violate many others.

Pornography was found in his mobile and laptop, the official said.

The principal with his family lives in a quarter inside the madrasa.

When his wife remains absent at his home or the madrasa closed, he used to intimidate his female students with threats of beating or giving poor marks in exams, the Rab official said.

During primary interrogation, Principal Al Amin confessed that he had raped and sexually harassed girls, the official added.

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