Hyderabad Woman Kills Son Days Before His 1st Birthday, Dies By Suicide Over Dowry Harassment

A woman facing alleged dowry harassment killed her 11-month-old son before killing herself at her maternal home in Hyderabad. Upon learning about their death, her mother too attempted suicide.
Hyderabad Dowry Harassment

Upon learning about their death, the woman's mother also attempted suicide. | Representational Image

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Hyderabad: A 27-year-old woman allegedly killed her infant son days before his first birthday and then committed suicide on Tuesday in Hyderabad’s Karimnagar area after she allegedly faced dowry harassment by her husband. When her mother came to know about the incident, she too attempted suicide.
As per the police, Sreeja’s mother, Gade Jayaprade (51) is admitted to the hospital and is critical. She was a government teacher in Karimnagar.
Three years ago, Sreeja married M Naresh, a techie from Warangal and together they had an eleven-month-old son. However, her husband allegedly started harassing Sreeja demanding additional dowry. Frustrated with constant harassment and frequent fights, she told her parents, who then took her to their home with her son four days ago. However, they kept on having arguments over the call.
As per the TOI report, when the husband was preparing for their son’s birthday, they had a heated argument over the phone on Monday. The next morning on Tuesday, when Sreeja’s parents woke up, they found both daughter and grandson unconscious. They were immediately rushed to the hospital, but, were declared dead upon arrival.
Hearing this, her Jayaprada also attempted to kill herself. Sreeja’s father, Venkatshwer Chary, also a government teacher filed a police complaint with Karimnagar Rural Police Station. According to the Station House Officer (SHO), Pradeep Kumar, Sreeja could have first killed her son, and then herself. “A case under various charges, including murder, dowry death, and attempt to abetment to suicide has been filed,” stated Kumar.
A team has been deployed to arrest the accused, added SHO.
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