Shwetha, Pregnant Woman Ended Her Life After Leaving A Letter !!
Written by Dhiwaharan Published on Apr 30, 2023 | 13:17 PM IST | 132
Shwetha whose body was found on YMCA Beach, has been confirmed as a suicide by the city police. Police Commissioner CM Trivikram Varma spoke to reporters on Friday and stated that the investigation had been taken up to unravel the mystery behind Swetha’s death. The 24 year old deceased was 5 months pregnant while taking the extreme step. Earlier, Police filed a sexual harassment case against Shwetha’s husband Manikanta’s brother-in-law related to Shwetha’s death case.
Swetha’s father-in-law Sankara Rao had lodged a missing complaint with the New Port police on Tuesday, and after her body was found at the beach, police registered a case of suspicious death. However, after further investigation, it was found to be a case of suicide. The post-mortem revealed that there were no marks of external or internal injuries on her body, and a suicide note was found, which was confirmed to have been written by Swetha by her mother.
The police commissioner stated that the suicide note would be sent to a forensic lab for further investigation. The police initially had doubts about how the body and Swetha’s footwear were just 150 meters apart on the beach, but with the help of the National Institute of Oceanography, it was determined that there were only low tides and no rip currents on the day in question.
Swetha, a native of Srikakulam district, had married Gurumilla Manikanta, a software engineer, and was living with her husband and in-laws at Nudupur in Gajuwaka. On Tuesday, Swetha and her mother-in-law had an argument, while Manikanta was in Hyderabad for work. Following this, Swetha left the house.
The police explained that the reasons behind Swetha’s suicide were related to a dispute over property. Swetha’s mother, Rama, had given her 90 cents of land during her marriage, but Manikanta had been pressuring her to transfer the land to him. It is believed that this dispute was the reason behind the argument with her mother-in-law, which may have led to Swetha’s decision to take her own life.
The tragic death of Swetha highlights the importance of resolving property disputes in a peaceful and legal manner. It is essential to respect the rights of all parties involved and to seek legal assistance if necessary to avoid such tragic incidents. The police have urged the public to seek help if they are facing any issues related to property or other disputes and not resort to extreme measures such as suicide.
However, Shwetha’s mother lodged a new complaint at the city’s III Town Police Station, accusing her husband and in-laws of physically and mentally harassing her daughter for additional dowry. She also alleged that Satyam, the husband of Shwetha’s sister-in-law, had sexually harassed her daughter, but her in-laws had taken no action. According to Rama, Shwetha’s mother, a dowry of Rs 12.5 lakh, 200 grams of gold, and 90 cents of land in Kotabommali were given to the groom’s family, and the land was registered in Shwetha’s name. It has been reported that Shwetha got harassed by her husband and in-laws regarding additional dowry and to transfer the 90-cent land in their name.
The police have booked the accused under several sections of the IPC and the Dowry Prohibition Act, including cruelty to a woman by her husband or his relatives, dowry death, assault or criminal force to a woman with the intent to outrage her modesty, and penalty for giving or taking dowry and demanding dowry. Commissioner Varma stated that further investigation is necessary.
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