How many Men die in India due to false cases and harassment by wives and their families. This is the most common question designer feminists ask sitting in AC TV Studios during debates.
It is a matter of shame that our society does not even emote or speak up against suicides of husbands, while they are busy tweeting & retweeting only what gets them trending.
Yet another suicide of a husband has been reported, this time from Ajmer in Rajasthan.
Hitesh Kumar, 26, died by suicide on June 21, after being allegedly harassed by in-laws. Hitesh also left a suicide note naming members of his wife’s family who are responsible for driving him to take this extreme step. The matter has been reported from Narbadkheda village of Jawaja police station in Ajmer.
The young man got married five years ago and had 3-year-old daughter. He was an M.A. by qualification and preparing further for competitive exams. While studying, Hitesh was also juggling with his job as an office boy at a private company in Ahmedabad.
In January 2022, his wife left her matrimonial home and returned to her parents. After this, father-in-law Baluram came and took away his daughter’s streedhan and later filed dowry case against Hitesh. This left the young man depressed.
According to the statement given by Ramesh Kumar, brother of the deceased, Hitesh retired to his room on the night of June 21 at around 9pm post dinner. The next day when Hitesh did not come out from his room, the family had to break open the door.
To their shock, they saw Hitesh hanging from the fan in his room. Police was called in and the body was sent for post-mortem.
Suicide Note Recovered
#Rajasthan | "I Am Fed Up With My In-Laws"…26-Yr-Old Ajmer Man Ends Life Within Five Years Of Marriage
— Voice For Men India (@voiceformenind) June 24, 2022
World Suicide Prevention Day 2020
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