A 26-year-old Kannada playback singer Sushmita HS died by suicide on Monday later she was subjected to harassment.
Based on reports, Sushmita who had been living in Kumaraswamy Layout at town and had been wed in 2018, had come to her mum Meenakshi’s home on Sunday. She left her house after she had.
Police stated that on Sunday, she and her brother Sachin had supper as well as chatted.
Reports stated that she’d delivered her brother and mom a WhatsApp message saying that she had been using marriage and her ill-treatment in the palms of her in-laws prompted her to take the measure.
At approximately 5:30, when the message was seen by Sachin, where she had been discovered hanging, he hurried to her sister’s room, authorities said.
Talking to Times of India, Deputy Commissioner of Police (West) Ramesh Banoth said authorities had registered a case of death because of dowry (Department 304B IPC). He explained that the accused– Sharath, his aunt (Vaidehi) and sister Geetha are absconding but will probably be arrested shortly.
She stated that she’d obtained a loan that was massive to receive her daughter spent the other 150 gm of gold and Rs 20 lakh about the marriage. But then, she had been subjected to harassment for dowry and was requested to move from the home, the mother maintained. That is what Meenakshi believed was the main reason behind her daughter to take her life.
Daijiworld reported she had said she didn’t wish to die in her husband’s location and Sushmita had called Sharath, Vaidehi, and Geetha. She said, “don’t leave my in-laws” within the message delivered on WhatsApp for her brother and mother. Her note said, “oh mother, I’m paying the price for my errors. I’ve experienced a great deal of torture. Please do not spare them. I didn’t wish to perish in their residence. I was being plagued on the very first day, but I did not tell anybody.”
In reality, Bengaluru has come to be referred to as South India’s capital. According to the most recent crime figures, 53 girls died because of endowment in 2018 in Bengaluru. Moreover, more than 80 percent (81.3) of cases under the Dowry Prohibition Act in 2018 were enrolled in Bengaluru. In 2017, the figure had been alarming, with 77 percent of cases registered in the nation.