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Youth committed suicide on Valentine’s Day was booked by Kranti Chowk police

Aurangabad, Feb 22: The youth who committed suicide at Shivshankar Colony by blazing himself on Valentine’s Day midnight was ...
Youth committed suicide on Valentine’s Day was booked by Kranti Chowk police

Aurangabad, Feb 22:

The youth who committed suicide at Shivshankar Colony by blazing himself on Valentine’s Day midnight was in one-sided love with a married woman. He used to make video calls and send messages to her frequently. Fed up of this torture, the woman had lodged a case against him on February 11 at the Kranti Chowk police station. The police registered a non-cognizable case against him, it was found in the investigation.

The police said, Akash Dilip Ingle (22), a resident of Sillod committed suicide at Shivshankar by blazing himself on February 14 midnight shouting the name of a girl. The youth was identified after two days. His father told the police that he has no complaint about his suicide. Meanwhile, the police identified the woman whose name the deceased was shouting. They met through Instagram and used to chat through Instagram. However, Akash misunderstood that she was in love with him and he proposed her. She tried to tell him that there is nothing like this in her mind and she stopped interaction with him. However, Akash continued to call her and send messages to her. Fed of this, the married woman lodged a complaint against Akash at the Kranti Chowk police station on February 11. On Valentine’s Day, he called her and told her that he is coming to her home. The woman was afraid and did not remain at home during night. Akash went there and ablaze himself by pouring petrol on his body and shouted her name.

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