Ludhiana Police books wife for abetting man’s suicide

Ludhiana Police books wife for abetting man’s suicide

Ludhiana, April 13

The Ludhiana Police registered an abetment to suicide case against a woman after her husband committed suicide.

The accused woman has been identified as Mansi Varsha of Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh. The deceased has been identified as Kuldeep Singh (26) of Gagandeep Colony.

The deceased’s father Nawaat told the police that his son got married to Mansi about four years back. After marriage Mansi started fighting with his son and about two years back, she left for Ghaziabad and started living with her parents.

Kuldeep had many a times requested his wife to come back but she demanded divorce from him.

“My son was under depression and he had recently told me that he doesn’t want to live and want to end his life. On April 11, when he was alone at home, he consumed poison. He was immediately taken to hospital, where doctors declared him brought dead. My son left behind a suicide note in which he held his wife responsible for his death,” alleged Nawaat.

The suicide note also mentioned the name of Mansi’s father Mangal Sena, mother Anju and sister Khushi. — TNS

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