13th August, 2019
A heartbreaking incident has come to light in South Bangalore on Monday night. A 43-year-old woman and her two minor daughters committed suicide here. Let me tell you that before the suicide, a woman's daughter has attributed the father in her WhatsApp status. He wrote 'Nobody should meet such a father'. He also wrote that his father had many affairs. All three committed suicide shortly after applying WhatsApp status.
Girl's maternal uncle reached home after seeing the status
It is being told that Puttaswamy, the maternal uncle of the girl who lives in Gandhi Bazar, got nervous as soon as he saw the status of his niece. They did not call her, after which they reached her house at 10 pm and saw that the house was closed. After much effort, when the house was not opened, they broke the door with the help of neighbors and entered the house. There he saw the body of the three hanging on the roof.
Mother hangs herself after daughters
According to the police statement, the body of Rajeshwari and her two daughters Mansa (17) and Bhumika (15) hung on the roof of the house. The police saw the WhatsApp status of Mansa in which it was written that 'everyone should get good fathers'. My father has ruined the lives of all of us. Siddaiah is responsible for our death. ”Police said that prima facie it seems that the daughters of the first woman committed suicide and then Rajeshwari hanged them. Based on the statement of Rajeshwari's parents, the police have registered a case against the accused Siddaiah under sections of abetment to suicide.
Fights were caused by illegal relations
Explain that Siddaiah, a Group D employee by profession, was married 19 years ago to Rajeshwari, a resident of Chamarajanagar. A few years later, Siddaiah started neglecting his family. She reportedly had an illicit relationship with a woman, over which there were frequent quarrels between husband and wife. The two separated five years ago, but after convincing the elders, Siddaiah had resumed with his wife and daughters, promising to improve. DCP (South) Rohini Katoch-Sipat said that the police have registered a case and are looking for Siddaiah.