A bizarre family dispute, after a series of twists and turns, ended in a tragic way when body of a missing man, father of newly married son, was found at Nagpur Railway Station on Friday (June 6).
According to reports and sources, the victim Suresh Wasnik’s son Ashish, resident of Palkar Nagar on Amravati Road, had got married on April 25 this year. However, the married life of Ashish started rocking just a few days after the nuptial knot. Frequent brawls between Ashish and his wife became a routine. The root cause of the infighting was reportedly the suspicion. Ashish suspected his wife having an affair with her maternal uncle who was staying with them. The suspicion engulfed Ashish in such a monstrous proportions that he threw both his wife and her maternal uncle out of his house just 15-odd days ago. From that day, the family dispute witnessed more and more unpleasant twists and turns.
A few days after their ouster from Ashish’s house, the girl and her maternal uncle lodged a complaint with Wadi Police Station. In their police complaint, both alleged that Ashish and his father were harassing them with dowry demands. The harassment for dowry reached to such a pass that both the girl and her maternal had no choice but to leave Ashish’s house, the complaint said.
The upheaval in family and the police complaint alleging harassment for dowry, left Suresh Wasnik devastated. A simpleton to the core, the father could not come to the terms that he has been charged with dowry demand. Subsequently, the disturbed Suresh Wasnik went missing. Thereafter Ashish lodged a counter-complaint with Wadi police. In his complaint, Ashish Wasnik informed police that his father Suresh was missing from May 29.
However, the entire episode saw a gory end when body of Suresh was found at Platform No. 1 of Nagpur Railway Station on Friday (June 6) under mysterious circumstances. Finding of Suresh’s body has now thrown open several angles in the bizarre family dispute. A detailed investigation only will reveal the circumstances Suresh died in. Incidentally, Suresh was an employee in Railway and had retired in 2006.