Woman poisons daughter, dies by suicide

Woman poisons  daughter, dies by suicide

Bhiwani, June 10

A woman allegedly poisoned her five-year-old daughter to death and consumed it later in Rohnat village of Bhiwani district on Thursday.

In the suicide note, the victim alleged that she was facing harassment from her husband and in-laws forcing her to take the extreme step.

The victim, identified as Rabina (28), was working as a nurse at a hospital in Dhansu village of Hisar district. She got married in 2015. The victim had also filmed two videos, saying that she was being mentally harassed for no fault of hers. She said her husband and in-laws were not at talking terms with her. She alleged that the silence of her husband and in-laws was getting unbearable due to which she was ending her life.

The police said the victim’s husband, Anish, found the duo in an unconscious state. They were rushed to a hospital where the doctors declared them brought dead. The police said they had registered a case against the husband and other in-laws on the complaint of Dharamvir Singh, father of the woman. — TNS

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