Nagpur: The suicide by a 21-year old married woman has taken a new twist when the deeper investigation revealed that husband of the woman in fact forced her to consume a poisonous stuff over some domestic issues.
It is pertinent to recall that the 21-year old Sapna Ravindra Kinkar, resident of Suryavanshi Layout, near Radhakrishna Temple, Godhni, Nagpur had consumed some poisonous stuff in her house around 4 pm on Tuesday. Sapna was rushed to Mayo Hospital where she died at 5.25 pm while undergoing treatment. On the basis of information, Mankapur API Hande had registered a case of accidental death and was investigating the matter from all angles.
A deeper probe has revealed that soon after Sapna’s marriage with Karanja-based Ravindra Dilip Kinkar (24) skirmishes over domestic issues started erupting between the husband and wife. Incidentally, the accused Ravindra lost his job 6-7 months after the marriage. The idle Ravindra resorted to mental and physical torture of Sapna over petty matters. Fed up with the daily brawls and torture, Sapna left accused Ravindra’s house and went to her parents’ home. After some days, Ravindra too reached house of Sapna’s parents in Nagpur and started abusing and her mother Mangala Kishore Chaudhary (40). The accused Ravindra angrily asked Sapna to accompany him to his house. Ravindra even threatened to kill himself by consuming pesticides if she did not come to his house. The development took the worst turn on Tuesday when the accused Ravindra brought some pesticides and poured the stuff into a glass and forced Sapna to consume it. Soon after the deadly act, the accused Ravindra fled the scene and also informed Sapna’s mother about the incident. Horrifyingly, when the incident occurred, a 7-year old kid of the family was present in the house and witnessed Sapna consuming the poisonous stuff.
Mankapur API Hande, acting on the complaint filed by Sapna’s mother Mangala Chaudhary, registered an offence against the accused Ravindra Kinkar under Sections 498(A), 306 of IPC and reportedly arrested him.