A young man committed suicide in the Mau district of Uttar Pradesh as he was allegedly disturbed by the torture of police in a falsely accused case.
The deceased, Abhishek, was a resident of Salempur village of Mohammadabad Gohna Kotwali. He hailed from a lower financial background and was working in Mumbai to support his family in every manner. Meanwhile, eight months ago, a young woman from the neighbouring village of Sia Basti went missing from her home under suspicious conditions. At this point in time Abhishek was working in Mumbai. However, the girl’s father filed a false case at the police station accusing Abhishek of kidnapping his daughter.
According to the family members of the girl, she had eloped with some other man and not Abhishek. Yet, her family implicated Abhishek in a fake case.
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After this, the police started searching for Abhishek. Meanwhile, father Ramnayan took a stay from the High Court against the arrest of his son. Nonetheless, Abhishek had to return home due to police pressure. The man had come back to his village couple of months ago to sort out the false case, however, could never leave again. The police was allegedly constantly harassing Abhishek, and this eventually made him take the extreme step.
Later, Abhishek’s father and family filed a case against the girl’s relatives. They also filed a case against the police station in-charge for harassment and torture in a false case. Ramnayan said,
Abhishek’s death brought him home from Mumbai. Even after the stay order, the police did not stop harassing my son.
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On Saturday, the outpost in-charge Sikatiya Lal Singh Sahab reached Ramanayan’s house. During this time the family members were not at home. Abhishek, who was mild tempered, allegedly got fed up of this harassment and hanged himself. The police has sent the body to the district hospital for post-mortem.
Locals from Abhishek’s village are strongly demanding justice for the man, whose family was totally dependent on him.
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