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Army jawan tries to kill wife, attempt suicide in Pune, Express News Service | Pune

Army jawan tries to kill wife, attempt suicide in Pune: Police

“We are trying to ascertain the sequence of events leading to the incident and the reasons behind it. The soldier is currently posted in Jammu and Kashmir and had come home on leave,” the inspector said.

By: Express News Service | Pune | Updated: May 24, 2020 1:40:39 pm

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A 33-year-old Army jawan on Sunday allegedly tried to kill his wife and then attempt suicide in in Pune’s Vishrantwadi area, police said. Both the husband and wife sustained serious injuries and are undergoing treatment at a hospital, they added.

As per preliminary information, the Army personnel of Naik rank is currently posted in Jammu and Kashmir with a Rashtriya Rifles battalion and had come home a few days ago. The incident took place around 4.30 am on Sunday.

Inspector Arun Avhad of Vishrantwadi police station said, “Following a fight, the husband attacked the wife with a knife. He then started harming himself with the knife on his neck. Some of their relatives, who stay nearby, called the police and subsequently, an ambulance was called. The wife suffered multiple knife injuries on her body. Both are being treated at a hospital and are in a serious condition.”

“We are trying to ascertain the sequence of events leading to the incident and the reasons behind it. The soldier is currently posted in Jammu and Kashmir and had come home on leave,” the cop added.



ASI suicide after fight with wife !! Matrimonial issues are becoming so torturous that even policemen commit suicide

पत्नी से विवाद के कारण ASI ने लगाई फांसी, छोड़ा 4 पेज का सुसाइड नोट
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जांजगीर-चाम्पा। पारिवारिक विवाद के चलते शुक्रवार को एसपी कार्यलय में पदस्थ एएसआई उमेश भारद्वाज ने घर में पंखे पर लटककर खुदखुशी कर ली। खुदकुशी करने से पहले मृत एएसआई ने दोस्तों को सुसाइड मैसेज भेजा था।
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#Journalist commits #suicide due to #FakeRape case threat & #5crores demand !! Sacked woman journalist threatened him

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MP journalist death: Woman scribe booked for abetting suicide

Indore, Jul 20 (PTI) An FIR was filed today against a woman scribe for allegedly abetting the suicide of senior journalist Kalpesh Yagnik, group editor of Dainik Bhaskar, the police said.

The woman, was miffed with Yagnik (55) after being sacked from the newspaper and had allegedly threatened to implicate him in false cases if she was not reinstated, Additional Superintendent of Police (ASP) Shailendra Singh told PTI.

He said a first information report had been filed at the MIG police station here against the 40-year-old woman scribe on the basis of initial investigation and statements of Yagnik’s relatives.

She has been booked under IPC section 306 (abetment of suicide) and other relevant sections, he added.

“The woman journalist has not been arrested yet and a detailed investigation is underway,” the ASP said.

The police suspect that on the night of July 12 Yagnik jumped off the roof of the three-storey building on A B Road here that houses the office of the newspaper.

Shortly before his death, Yagnik had met Additional Director General (ADG) of Indore Range Ajay Kumar Sharma and complained that a woman scribe was allegedly threatening to implicate him in false cases if he did not take her back in the job.

According to the ADG, Yagnik had requested him to hear his side if the woman journalist files a police complaint against him.

Sharma had said Yagnik had given a formal application to him in this regard.

“But he did not demand any legal action against the woman journalist,” the ADG had said. PTI HWP ADU RSY DIV DIV

False accused husband commits suicide ! Family blocks highway, inlaws booked for suicide. Husband was jailed for wife’s death !!

Man booked for wife’s murder, commits suicide; in-laws booked for abetment of suicide | Ludhiana News

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AMBALA: A resident of village Naggal, identified as Randhir Singh, committed suicide on Thursday after hanging himself to the same ceiling fan to which his wife had also hanged herself on July 7, 2017.

Randhir’s wife Narinder Kaur, a resident of village Naneola had committed suicide due to harassment for dowry by Randhir’s family, alleged Narinder’s family. On the complaint of Narinder’s family, Randhir was booked under section 304B (dowry death) of Indian Penal Code (IPC) for the murder of her wife Narinder and was in jail since his arrest and after taking bail from high court on May 19, he had came home on May 20.

“Last year, the family members of Narinder had filed a complaint against Randhir, his elder brother Mandeep Singh and his father Gurcharan Singh accusing them of harassing Narinder and killing after strangulating her, but it later was later converted to dowry death case after investigation”, said a cop.

On Thursday, Randhir committed suicide and the police reached on the spot and took his body to the civil hospital. While checking the body, the police team founded a six-page suicide note from the Randhir’s pocket, in which he had written that the persons responsible for his death were his brother-in-law Gurdhian Singh, two uncles and an aunt at his in-laws.

After the postmortem n Thursday, the kin of Randhir blocked the Ambala–Jagadhri road and a traffic jam was witnessed. The family members alleged that their son was falsely implicated in the dowry death case of his wife under a conspiracy by his in-laws. They demanded strict action and registration of case against the in-laws of Randhir. Later, the senior police officials reached the spot and assured Randhir’s family members of taking action as per law.

On the complaint of Mandeep Singh, brother of Randhir, Mahesh Nagar police station has registered a case against four accused, all members of Randhir’s in-laws family. The case has been registered under section 306 (abetment of suicide) and 34 (acts done by several persons in furtherance of common intention) of IPC.

Investigating officer, assistant sub-inspector Ashok said, “

On Monday, the recovered suicide note will be sent to the Fingerprint Bureau, Haryana Police, Madhuban for handwriting inspection and as per the report from the bureau, further action will be taken in this case. The body of the deceased Randhir was handed over to the family members and his cremation was conducted peacefully in the presence of the police.”


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Even a lawyer could not take the wife’s torture and had to commit suicide. Police book wife, in-laws for abetting lawyer’s suicide – Times of India

Police book wife, in-laws for abetting lawyer’s suicide

TNN | Jul 1, 2018, 12:16 IST

PILIBHIT: A woman, her parents and siblings were booked on Saturday for allegedly abetting her husband’s suicide by the Puranpur police. The deceased, Ahmad Qadari (40), was a lawyer. He ended his life by consuming poison.
The culprits would soon be arrested, police said.

According to police, they booked eight people on Saturday following a written complaint filed by deceased’s brother, Kafil Ahmad. His lawyer, Fakhrul Manzari, provided a copy of the suicide note to TOI in which Qadari had expressed his dejection as his wife, Shagufta Azmi, wanted a divorce from him and had tried to poison him for refusing. His father-in-law Shadaqat Ali, a resident of Shahjahanpur, had also allegedly tried to kill him as he had borrowed Rs 40,000 from Qadari and was not returning it, Manzari claimed.

Kafil Ahmad alleged that Shagufta had threatened to frame Qadari’s family members in a fake rape case if they approached police. He said he had taken his brother to a private doctor in Puranpur after he took poison but after he declined to treat him, Qadari was shifted to a private hospital in Pilibhit, where he died during treatment. “My brother was a legal counsel to five nationalized banks in Puranpur,” Kafil said.
Puranpur Kotwali police station’s SHO Yogendra Sharma said an FIR was lodged under IPC section 306 (abetment to suicide) and 506 (criminal intimidation) against Shagufta Azmi, her father Shadaqat Ali, mother Sugra begum, sisters Shobi Khan and Sani and brothers Junaid and Javed and another other person, Tasleem Khan, a lecturer in a college in Shahjahanpur.

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