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Bangladeshi blogger’s body recovered in Germany

 News Desk :: news-desk

 Published: 11:11 AM, 20 December 2018   Updated: 08:45 PM, 23 December 2018

The body of a Bangladeshi young girl named Arpita Roy Chowdhury has been recovered from her residence in Gansund Brunen area of ​​Berlin, Germany. Her real name is Tamalika Singh.

The German police found the body of Arpita on Tuesday night after receiving the news.

On Wednesday night, a Bangladeshi neighbor of Arpita told that her village is in Netrokona, Bangladesh.

He said, “Before coming to Germany, she lived in Dhaka. She used to write blogs about contemporary politics and events in the country. Because of which Arpita quickly became the target of fundamentalists. In June 2017, she went to Germany with a Pen Club scholarship of Germany authors’ organization.”

The neighbor also said that the light of Arpita’s house is not seen for some days. Later, he informed officials of Pen Club on December 14. Four days later, on Tuesday, a volunteer from Berlin Pen Club saw the body of Arpita lying while the door opened with another key.

German Pen Club spokesman Felix Haller confirmed the death of Arpita and told the media that they were very shocked and saddened by the incident. “Nothing could be said before police investigation,” he said.

It is known that Arpita conducted a blog called ‘Nabajug’ in collaboration with another Bangladeshi expatriate blogger Jubair Sandhi. They started a literature blog named ‘Angshumali’ recently.

According to the police, the body of the Arpita Roy Chowdhury was recovered from her house. However, police have not yet commented on the cause of her death.

The police have been informed about the incident being investigated. There is no known information about whether her body will be taken to the country after the autopsy. 

London expatriate poet and writer Abu Maksud said, “Arpita was progressive thinking people. She was suffering from insecurity in her country, just for expressing her opinion. Her family was also very concerned about her.”