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Woman hangs self to death after being harassed by husband, in-laws over infertility

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 12 January 2021, 14:31 IST

In a shocking incident, a 38-year-old woman ended her life after being allegedly harassed by her husband and in-laws.

The case has been reported in Saroornagar locality of Hyderabad in Telangana on Saturday night.


The 38-year-old homemaker died by suicide after her husband and his family member harassed her for not conceiving.

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The now-deceased woman identified as Udaya Sri, who got married to Suresh, a marketing executive, in 2009, timesnownews.com reported.

After several years of marriage, the couple had no children. Due to this, Suresh and his family member started harassing the woman for allegedly being infertile.

This harassment led her to take such a drastic step.

On Saturday night, when Suresh returned home from Medchal, where he had gone for a family function. He knocked on the door several times, but Sri neither open the gate nor she responded, said a police official. Following this, Suresh informed the police.

After the police arrived, Suresh broke down the door with the help of neighbours. On entering the house, everyone left in shock as he found Sri hanging from the ceiling fan.

According to The Times of India report, Sri was harassed by Suresh and his family members, including his parents, as she was unable to conceive. Due to the continuous harassment, she decided to take killed herself by hanging from the ceiling fan at their house on Saturday night, a police officer told.

Meanwhile, police have registered a case against Suresh and his parents under IPC sections and 306 based on the complaint lodged by the deceased woman’s parents, the officer said.

Reportedly, no suicide note was found from the spot.

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First published: 12 January 2021, 14:29 IST
 
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