Where has Orna gone?
It has been decades since she went missing.
Still today, law enforcers, government organisations, citizens of Bangladesh are looking for Orna Binte Rahman, 43.
Since the death of secularism in the country, Orna, considered an angel on earth, has played an essential role in the protection of women. She has singlehandedly turned "bad" women into "good" ones by her mere presence.
Middle-aged men, and women under their influence, who seem to be most concerned about her whereabouts have formed a search party on behalf of the government and taken to social media over the past few years to find her.
According to them, her disappearance has been a risk to the lives of many women in the country.
Asked, IM Purush, a member of the search party, said, "How are women in the country even existing in the country without Orna? We are very concerned about her whereabouts. She needs to be found immediately."
On why other women may face danger, he said, "Orna was and remains an instrumental figure in leading women, who have otherwise been led astray, onto the right path."
Speaking to Satireday, Md Lok Man, officer-in-charge of Purushtantrik Police Station, said, "The search has been on for years. We know the women of the country are reluctant to find her because they are jealous of how much preference the males have given Orna for so long. You know our women, their moral fibre is frail, but the fibre of Orna is not. So we know that once Orna is found, they will all come to the right path. She will inspire them to be as good as the men of this nation. And that is our goal."
Since the tragic disappearance, photos and Facebook statuses of women have been filled with comments such as "Orna koi? (where is Orna)" made by members of the search party, who, from the goodness of their hearts, want to remind us all that she is yet to be found.