On Saturday, investigation officer, sub inspector Rajib Hasan appealed for permission to investigate the case. Earlier in the day, three licensed firearms of former state minister Murad Hassan, and his wife Jahanara Ehsan were handed over to Dhanmondi police station.
On Thursday, Jahanara registered the GD against her husband with Dhanmondi police station accusing him of torturing and issuing her a death threat.
She called 999, the National Emergency Service, seeking cooperation from the police to save her from her husband's torture.
As police visited her residence, Jahanara told law enforcers that she has been subjected to physical and mental torture by her husband and even he threatened to kill her.
On 7 December, Murad Hassan resigned from the cabinet following the instruction of prime minister Sheikh Hasina for his offensive and indecent remarks on women.