In a tragic incident reported from Jaipur in Rajasthan on Monday, a 30-year-old man ended his life after administering poison to his minor kids. While streaming his video live on Facebook, he shared that he was compelled to take this extreme step due to his wife’s extra marital affair.
Rajkumar Giri was married to Sharda and the couple has a 12-year-old daughter Munmum and a 10-year-old son named Pankaj.
According to a TOI report, the police confirmed that Rajkumar headed to his farm situated at Panditwali village, from where he broadcast the live video. The husband in the video was heard saying,
My wife Sharda and a man identified as Rakesh Meghwal are in an extra martial relationship for some years. I had complained about this to my brother-in-law Hans Raj, but nobody helped. Thus, I have no option left other than committing suicide with my children.
Since Rajkumar was live on Facebook, the locals reached the spot and rushed all the three of them to the hospital. While the husband died on Tuesday morning, his two children are battling for life.
Speaking with TOI, Vijay Meena, station house officer (SHO) of the Pilibanga police station said,
Before administering celphos poison to his son and daughter, he asked them to say final good bye to their mother. Since some people of his village saw this Facebook live, they intimated us and also rushed to his farm.
All the three were admitted to the hospital where Rajkumar died on Tuesday.
The condition of the two children was critical and were rushed to government hospital at Hanumangarh. SHO added,
The doctors have maintained that next 72 hours for the children are critical. They have managed to flush out the poison and toxins out of their body.
Adultery has been decriminalised in India since 2018. The husbands today are left with no choice but to tolerate ‘choices’ of their wives with only divorce as a civil recourse. However, the minute the married men approach court seeking divorce from their adulterous wives, most often, the wives aided by their paramours, strike back with multiple criminal cases against their husbands.
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