A young man who had a love marriage in Haryana committed suicide: In the suicide note, he wrote that his wife was killed by her family by giving her Sulfas. Know the full story.

Tragic Incident in Fatehabad, Haryana: Man Commits Suicide Alleging Wife’s Murder by In-Laws

A heart-wrenching case has emerged from Fatehabad, Haryana, where a young man ended his life by consuming a poisonous substance. A two-page suicide note was found in his pocket, revealing alarming details. The note states that his wife, whom he married in April, was allegedly killed by her family. Despite filing a complaint, the police took no action.

Key Developments:

  • Brother’s Allegations: The deceased’s brother has filed a written complaint accusing the wife’s brother of harassment. He also accused the police of ignoring their pleas and demanded an investigation by a DSP-rank officer, along with videography of the post-mortem.
  • Previous Complaint: Another complaint dated June 7th was uncovered, filed with the Fatehabad police. Following this, the police registered a case against the wife’s parents and brother.

    Victim’s Background:

    Praveen, a 24-year-old resident of Dhinghsara village, worked in a PVC wall panel company in Nabha, Punjab. On Thursday afternoon, he staggered home and collapsed in the courtyard, later succumbing to the poison he allegedly ingested.

    Suicide Note Insights:

    1. Wife’s NEET Preparation: Praveen’s note mentioned that he married Shaina from Bhodia Khera on April 26, 2024, in Hisar. He left her in Sikar for NEET preparation and returned to his job in Punjab. During his absence, Shaina was taken to her paternal home by her brother Sunil and uncle Rajendra.
    2. Threats and Harassment: Praveen detailed that when he filed a complaint at Bhattu police station, he was redirected to the Fatehabad City police station. He was kept waiting for hours, and when he returned home, Shaina’s father and the village head threatened him.
    3. Forced Signatures: The note further revealed that he was coerced into signing documents under threats of harm to his family. The SHO allegedly warned him that he would face rape charges if he didn’t comply.

      Family’s Demand:

      Praveen’s brother, Pawan, has demanded a thorough investigation by a DSP-level officer and the involvement of a medical board for the post-mortem. He also called for videography of the procedure to ensure transparency.

      Police Action:

      Station House Officer (SHO) Devendra Singh confirmed receiving the complaint from Praveen’s brother. A case has been registered against Shaina’s father Satpal, mother Shano Devi, uncle Rajendra, brother Sunil, and village head representative Anil under IPC sections 306 and 34 for abetment to suicide.

      This tragic event highlights the urgent need for a thorough and transparent investigation to ensure justice for the deceased and his grieving family.

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