Yet another married man ends his life, this time in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. The man was facing problems with his wife and was also being threatened with court notice in alleged false cases.
35-Year-Old Man Dies By Suicide Accusing Wife Of Affair With Two Other Men
23-year-old Ajay Solanki jumped off from second floor of his home at Bholenath colony in Indore on Sunday. According to the statement given to police by Ajay’s brother-in-lawVijay, marriage had taken place in 2021. Within a few days, Ajay’s wife complained of dowry harassment and domestic violence against him.
Wife of deceased was allegedly pressurising her husband to stay separately, however, when Ajay refused to do so, she had returned to her maternal home. Vijay also accused Ajay’s mother-in-law and brother-in-law of harassing Ajay by sending him a court notice.
Since Ajay could not bear the pressure, he ended his life.
Man Dies By Suicide Outside Wife’s Building As She Refused To Return With Daughter Since 4-Years
According to Aerodrum Police, information about victim’s suicide was received at 4 am on Sunday. They rushed him to the hospital, but the doctors declared him brought dead.
The matter is being investigated.
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- There is zero value of a married man’s suicide in India
- Media is the biggest culprit that fails to raise voice or run campaigns against such harassment by wives and their families
- Sadly, death of a woman is a field day for Indian media, while death of several men are not even reported
- Husbands/Partners are arrested without investigation if a woman dies by suicide, reverse the genders and ‘matter is permanently under investigation’
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#Indore: 23-Yr-Old Man Dies By Suicide After Pressure From Wife To Live Separately, Court Notice From In-Laws
▪️Marriage in 2021
▪️When husband refused to live separately, Wife returned to maternal home, filed Dowry & DV case#VoiceForMen#MaritalRapehttps://t.co/H1C6ixkHTT
— Voice For Men India (@voiceformenind) January 17, 2023
Suicide Prevention Helplines
Men in distress due to family problems or facing threats of false cases from wife & 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
Wife Constantly Threatened Suicide; I Was Victim Of Domestic Violence | Voice For Men India
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