Nagpur: Mankapur police have booked five persons including a doctor on the charges of abetting a 40-year old man to commit suicide over borrowed money. The man first poisoned his wife and son before committing suicide.
A Godhni Rajeshwar Nagar resident Subhash Lohkare, on April 25, poisoned his wife Archana and 5-year old son before ending his life. While Subhash died, his wife and son are battling for life in Mayo Hospital. At that time, cops had registered a case of accidental death and mounted a detailed probe into the sensational case.
During the investigation, it came to the fore through a suicide note that the deceased Subhash Lohkare had borrowed Rs 46,000 and Rs 20,000 from two accused named Kadu and Dr Trifal respectively. However, for reasons, Subhash was not unable to refund the borrowed money. This led to the accused Kadu, Dr Trifal, Deepak Jha and 2-3 accomplices harassing Subhash no end. On April 25, all the accused went to the house of Subhash and demanded their money. But when Subhash could not refund the money, the accused insulted Subhash with indecent words. Fed up with the frequent harassment, Subhash first poisoned his wife and son and then himself consumed the arsenic stuff. While Subhash died, his wife Archana and 5-year old son survived and are being treated in Mayo Hospital.
Based on the suicide note, Mankapur PSI M Tripathi has booked the accused and probing the matter further.