Kerala woman ……..! A 24-year-old lady who had sent message to her family about alleged dowry torture to her husband’s homes on Monday, was found dead in a tragic storey that shocked Kerala.
In her messages, Vismaya Nair, an Ayurveda student of medicine, alleged her husband Kiran, who had now been arrested, had dragged her hair and stamped on her face.
With their storey resonating in the state and spreading through social networks, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan condemned what he called the “barbarian system of dowry.”
“The prevailing marriage system must be reformed as a society. The family’s social status and wealth must not be a pompous sign of marriage. Parents must realise that our daughters are being degraded by the barbarity of the dowry.
We need to better treat them as people, “The CEO tweeted, and shared the lines of assistance. Kerala Woman Who Sends WhatsApp Messages Found Dead in ‘Dowry Torture.’ Ramesh Chennithala, former leader of the opposition to the Congress, visited the family among the leaders.
In the house of their husband’s house in Kollam, Vismaya has been found hanging. Also suspended from his government job was Kiran Kumar, a thirty employee of the State Department of Transport.
“The death of my sister is killing. Because of the dowry she was subjected to, she faced a good deal. For a while she had to stay in the home of her parents, “Brother Vismaya Vijith said.
In June of last year, Vismaya and Kiran Kumar had married. The family had given 100 gold coins to Kumar and more than one acre of land, apart from a car worth 10 lakhs as dowry by their father Thrivkraman Nair.
But he supposedly continued to assault and demand more of her. Mr. Nair was quoted as saying by the Press Trust of India that “He had beaten Vismaya before us at the midnight of January, when he came home.”
Her father forbade her from going back to her in-laws’ house. On Kumar’s birthday, March 17, she mysteriously went to his house with him. He drove her to her college.
Just three days later, the two families were to meet for a “compromise” to settle a police complaint filed against Kumar. According to the police, Vismaya only communicated with her mother after she returned to her husband.
Vismaya’s father claims that Kumar was pressuring the family to give him cash rather than the SUV they had purchased for him. “The car was worth ten lakh rupees. He didn’t like the car and instead demanded 10 lakh in cash.
As I previously stated, he used to torture my daughter “Mr. Nair stated. Loknath Behera, the Kerala police chief, said, “The event in Kollam is quite painful, shocking the conscience of the people of Keralah.
“The defendant has been detained. We will identify them and charge them under the relevant sections of the law, if there are any others involved.” He added.