Hyderabad, Sept 10 (Hydnow): An incident where a software employee committed suicide due to family problems took place on Saturday within the limits of Uppal Police Station.
the details given by the police are that Dandu Saikiran Reddy (23) of the Srinagar Colony area and Shriya Reddy of the Manchiryala area are software engineers. They got married a year and a half ago. After a few days, quarrels started between the two. Whenever there is a quarrel, both the husband and wife threaten to kill each other.
As Saturday was a holiday for both of them, they stayed at home. There was a fight between the two regarding shopping, Saikiran, who was offended by this, went into the room and locked the door in the presence of his wife. His wife did not greet him for a long time, which was meant to threaten him. Finally, doubt came knocking on the door.
As the door did not open for some time. Uncle Jangareddy forced the door open with the help of the locals. He committed suicide by hanging himself with a fan. He was immediately taken down and checked and he was already dead. On receiving the information, the police took possession of the dead body and shifted it to Gandhi Hospital for post-mortem. A case has been registered and an investigation is underway. (Hydnow)
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