Nagpur: In a bizarre incident, a man committed suicide after being tortured by six women, including his wife and daughter and a man, who were running sex racket and forcing the deceased to cooperate in their nasty affairs. Not willing to be part of the flesh trade run by the gang of sex racketeers and fed up with the frequent harassment in the form of false police complaints against him since the past one year, the man ended his life on Friday (May 27) by consuming a poisonous substance. Koradi cops have booked the seven accused sex racketeers.
According to details, the deceased has been identified as Deepak Govindprasad Tiwari (38), resident of Shrikrishna Dham, Sector 21, near Wox Cooler Factory, Koradi Road. The seven accused are Kavita Deepak Tiwari (wife), Tanishka Tiwari (daughter), Sunita Thakre (women’s self-help group volunteer), Rani, Mayuri Jaiswal, Reha alias Rekha Jitendra Sakhre and Jitendra Dharmadas Sakhre (husband-wife duo).
Police sources said that the accused were running a sex racket. They wanted Deepak to help them in their nasty affairs. However, Deepak was totally reluctant to help them in such illegal and immoral act. The refusal on the part of Deepak enraged the accused and as a result, they started implicating him in false cases and lodged complaints against him at various police stations. On May 24, an accomplice of Kavita implicated Deepak in a false case and he was booked by Koradi police under Sections 354(A) (B), 506(B) of IPC. Again of Thursday (May 26), Kavita and one more woman approached Mankapur Police Station and filed a complaint against Deepak. Subsequently, cops summoned Deepak and gave a dressing down to him without hearing his side. Thereafter, the police let him go but with warning to behave properly with the women. Fed with the visits to police stations and frequent harassment and humiliation, Deepak ended his life by consuming a poisonous stuff on Thursday. As soon as Koradi cops were informed about the suicide incident, they rushed to the spot and launched an in-depth investigation. The cops found a detailed suicide note written by Deepak stating the reasons behind his extreme step.
On the basis of the suicide note and a complaint lodged by Virendra Govindprasad Tiwari (33), brother of the deceased, Koradi PSI Patle has booked the accused under Sections 306, 34 of IPC.