In yet another HusbandSuicide reported, a 30-year-old man ended his life by consuming poison at Behlolpur village of Ludhiana, Punjab, after he was allegedly humiliated by the kin of his ex-wife. Before taking the extreme step, the victim also recorded a video on his mobile phone and sent it to his brother, reported Hindustan Times.
The victim, a resident of Rosda village of Noorpur Bedi, had married a woman from Behlolpur in 2018. They had a 3-year-old son from the marriage.
However, following a strained relationship, wife divorced her husband and their son was living with his maternal grandparents, while his ex-wife had gone to Canada two months ago. The separated father would often come to visit his son at Behlolpur.
On Monday, when the victim came to Behlolpur, he was allegedly not allowed to meet his child and also humiliated by his in-laws.
After this, he recorded a video on his mobile phone stating that the kin of his ex-wife used to deter him from seeing the child and humiliate him, thus he was ending his life. He also alleged that his ex-wife wanted to live with him, but under the pressure of her kin, she had divorced him.
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Father Files FIR
The father of the victim later filed an FIR with Machhiwara police against Sohan Singh, deceased son’s father-in-law, Sohan Singh’s wife and their two sons for abetment to suicide.
The complainant stated that after receiving the video, they rushed to Behlolpur and found his son lying unconscious near the PSPCL office. They rushed him to the hospital, where he died.
Sub-inspector Vijay Kumar, SHO, police station Machhiwara, said that a case of abetment to suicide has been lodged against the accused. A hunt is on to nab them.
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Suicide Prevention Helpline
Men in distress due to family problems or facing threats of false cases from in-laws can contact either of the Men’s Rights NGOs:
Men Welfare Trust, My Nation Hope Foundation, Save Indian Family Foundation, & Vaastav Foundation.
You can also contact Government of India 24×7 toll-free mental health rehabilitation helpline ‘KIRAN’ on 1800-599-0019
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