Prime Example of how these new Laws are being abused.
Updated: Dec 12, 2017, 05:51 IST
Telugu comedian Vijay Sai found dead
HYDERABAD: Tollywood comedian Vijay Sai on Monday committed suicide by hanging from a ceiling fan at his Yousufguda residence.
The actor left a video clip holding his wife and two others responsible for his death, saying they had been demanding 3 crore from him.
Family members said the actor slipped into depression due to marital disputes and lack of acting opportunities. Vijay Sai and his wife Vanitha had been living separately for the last two years and their divorce matter is pending before a local court.
Vijay, at around 9.30 am, went inside his bedroom, bolted the door and hanged himself. When his mother and a friend knocked on the door and made phone calls a little later, the actor didn’t respond.
Wife defends self, hints at ill health, property issues
When the door had been prised open, he was found hanging.
Vijay had acted in several movies including the famed hit Bommarillu and Ammayilu Abbayilu.
He posted a message to his friends on a WhatsApp group saying, ‘Vijay no more’. His friends tried to call him on his mobile, but there was no response.
Vijay’s mother held his wife Vanitha responsible for the actor’s suicide alleging that she was harassing and maligning his character. She took away all valuables and moved to her parents house along with her daughter, the actor’s mother said.
Three days ago, Vijay found his car missing from the parking lot of his apartment complex and later came to know that his estranged wife had driven it away. He lodged a complaint with the Jubilee Hills police in this regard.
However, Vanitha, talking to reporters, denied allegations that she was responsible for Vijay’s death. “We had split almost two years ago as he was having an affair with another woman. If I am responsible, he could have ended his life two days ago. I could only see two reasons behind the suicide. His father’s unwillingness to register the latter’s property in Ongole in the name of my daughter or Vijay’s health issues,” Vanitha said. She denied demanding ₹3 crore from her husband.
Movie Artistes’ Association (MAA) president Shivaji Raja condoled Vijay’s death and appealed to actors not to commit suicide and suggested that if they were in distress they could approach MAA for help.
Woman murders husband, then pours acid on lover’s face for ‘replacement’
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Aadhaar card helps police solve crime
Nagarkurnool (Telangana), Dec 11:
In a shocking incident inspired by Telugu blockbuster ‘Yevadu’ where the hero pulls off as another person after plastic surgery, a married woman and her beau tried to stage the movie’s plot in real life but were busted, thanks to Aadhaar card.
Swathi Reddy from Nagarkurnool district of Telangana allegedly killed her husband Sudhakar Reddy with the help of her boyfriend Rajesh. Sudhakar’s body was burnt in a forest.
Later, she allegedly disfigured her boyfriend’s face by pouring acid and informed Sudhakar’s family that their son had met with an accident. However, news agency ANI reported that Rajesh voluntarily poured the acid on himself.
Sudhakar (deceased) and Swathi
Rajesh, who was now impersonating as Sudhakar, was rushed to a hospital in Hyderabad and a plastic surgery was conducted. However the family got suspicious when they noticed a sudden change in their ‘son’s’ mannerisms and behaviour and informed the police.
The police tried to ascertain Sudhakar’s identity by matching fingerprints with his Aadhaar and the duo was caught.
The investigation revealed that Sudhakar was killed on November 26. Swathi and Rajesh thought that they could live happily after Rajesh gets a plastic surgery to look like Sudhakar.
“We visited the hospital and took fingerprints of the person who is undergoing treatment later checked with Aadhaar biometric and found the fingerprints are not matching,” said Jogu Chennaiah, additional superintendent of police (SP), Nagarkurnool district.
While Swathi has been arrested, the police are waiting for Rajesh to get discharged from hospital. “One more accused Rajesh is undergoing treatment in the hospital; he will be arrested soon after discharge from the hospital,” the additional SP said.
Why fake cases abound ? Because our “system” enjoys kicking and milking other men 😪😪😪 because our system happily allows women to file fake cases and doesn’t punish women even if they are caught red handed
Why make ONLY adultry gender neutral ? Why NOT make All laws governing man – Woman relationships gender neutral ? #DV , #125crpc, #IPC498a , #IPC375 #IPC376
ADULTERY is hardly worn by men. Making adultry general neutral is not going to help MEN. It’s a fake lollipop given to us