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UP: Woman Commits Suicide After Dispute With Husband Over Posting Reels – News18


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Last Updated: December 01, 2023, 23:31 IST

The incident occurred in a village under the Seohara police station area of the district. (Image: News18)

The SHO said that the woman was fond of making and posting reels on Instagram, whereas her husband Rinku used to forbid her from doing so

A 25-year-old woman allegedly committed suicide on Friday in Uttar Pradesh’s Bijnor district after a dispute with her husband over posting reels on Instagram.

The incident occurred in a village under the Seohara police station area of the district.

Station House Officer (SHO) Dheeraj Singh Solanki said to the news agency PTI that Rinku Saini’s wife Neelam committed suicide by consuming a poisonous substance in the Ramkheda village.

The SHO said that the woman was fond of making and posting reels on Instagram, whereas her husband Rinku used to forbid her from doing so.

“There was a fight between the husband and wife on the same issue on Friday, after which it appears that Neelam committed suicide by consuming poison,” said the SHO, adding that the body has been sent for postmortem examination and investigations are underway.

A similar accident also happened in West Bengal, where a man allegedly slit his wife’s throat after an argument over social media turned into a physical altercation leading to the latter’s death.

The man, identified as Parimal Baidya lived with his wife, Aparna Baidya, and their two children in Harinarayanpur in South 24 Parganas district’s Joynagar, reported NDTV.

After killing his wife, the man who is a mason in profession, fled the spot. Later, Baidya’s son who is studying in class 7 returns to the house only to find his mother lying in a pool of blood, said the police adding that the boy informed his neighbours about the incident.

The neighbours called the cops and said that Parimal using a vegetable cutter attacked his wife, who later succumbed to the injuries.

(with PTI inputs)

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