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Woman dies by suicide by jumping into canal after sending selfie to her boyfriend

A disturbing incident of suicide has come to light from Rewa, Madhya Pradesh. A woman who went for a ...
Woman dies by suicide by jumping into canal after sending selfie to her boyfriend

A disturbing incident of suicide has come to light from Rewa, Madhya Pradesh. A woman who went for a morning walk, sent a selfie to her boyfriend and then committed suicide by jumping into a canal. The boyfriend is now being questioned by police. Neha Patel, a 22-year-old girl, had left home for morning walk towards Rani Lake. However, her body was found in the canal on Wednesday.

Before committing suicide, the girl had sent a selfie to her boyfriend Dilip Tiwari on WhatsApp. It was taken near the Canal. After her boyfriend received the selfie he became suspicious. He immediately informed the girl's family. The girl's family told the police about the whole incident. Police then launched a rescue operation in Silpara canal. After a long search, they found her body. Police officer Jagdish Thakur said the deceased girl and Dilip Tiwari were both working together in a sonography center. A few days ago, Dilip was removed from the center.

Police are investigating the relationship between the two and the allegations mande by her family members. The girl's family has accused Dilip Tiwari of forcing the girl to commit suicide. Even the police suspect that something is wrong. Why did she called Dilip before committing suicide? Police team is investigating the matter.

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