Indore (Madhya Pradesh): A head constable allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself on the balcony of his home in the Tejaji Nagar area of the city on Sunday. He was upset after his wife died. However, the police are investigating the case to know the exact reason for his suicide.
Tejaji Nagar police station-in-charge RD Kanwa said the deceased was identified as Ramkumar Mishra, 50, a resident of the Joshi Mohalla area. He was posted in the traffic police department and was staying with his son in the area. He was seen taking a morning walk around 5 am. After that, he took the extreme step and the police were informed.
Kanwa said no suicide note was recovered from the spot, so the exact reason for his suicide could not be established yet. Preliminary investigations revealed that Mishra’s wife had passed away two years ago. Since then, he had been upset. He was posted at the Tejaji Nagar police station and, later, was transferred to the traffic police station in the city. The statements of his family members are being taken down to know the exact reason for his suicide.
Man, 3 others booked for Rs 10K dowry harassment
A man and three of his family members were booked for demanding Rs 10 lakh as dowry, police said on Sunday. The accused were allegedly torturing the complainant mentally and physically.
According to Women’s police station in-charge Jyoti Sharma, a 29-year-old woman has lodged a complaint that she got married to Rohit , a resident of Kanadiya area in January 2021. After three months of their marriage, the in-laws started demanding dowry. She refused to bring dowry from her parents and then her husband, his parents and sister-in-law started harassing her.
They threatened her not to come home without dowry from her parents’ place. The woman reached the police station and lodged a complaint. The police said that the investigation is underway into the case