In a tragic incident reported from Indore, Madhya Pradesh, yet another case of #HusbandSuicide has been recorded. A middle aged man ended his life, leaving a suicide note blaming his wife and in-laws of harassment.
The victim’s wife had lodged a case of dowry and domestic violence and the matter was impending at court.
Dinesh Mangilal Nagar (39), a resident of Shiv Nagar, was married to Manisha for the past 17-years. According to the family of the deceased, Manisha, who was a graduate, wanted to study further and work and thus, Dinesh had helped her complete a nursing course. However, after a few years, there were disputes between the couple.
The fights then escalated to an extent and Manisha registered a case against him. Dinesh reportedly tried to bring her back but she did not agree.
On Wednesday night, Dinesh hanged himself to death in his home. His body was first seen by his younger brother after which police was called in.
Speaking with TOI, Azad Nagar police station in-charge Indresh Tripathi said that Dinesh’s wife had registered a case of dowry harassment and domestic violence against him which was being heard in court. Tripathi told TOI,
On Wednesday, he attended a hearing in Ujjain court and returned home in the afternoon following which he took the extreme step. He was found at night by his younger brother who had reached there to take him to a function. He rushed him to the hospital but he was declared dead by doctors.
The police said that he had left a note in which he claimed he was being harassed by his in-laws and wife. His body was handed over to family members after postmortem examination.
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#Indore: 39-Year-Old Man Dies By Suicide Leaving Note Blaming Wife & In-laws Of Harassment
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