Telangana: Two Adivasi ladies allegedly tonsured for abetting suicide of boy
Two Adivasi women in Telangana had been allegedly tonsured and bodily assaulted by villagers after the village panchayat accused them for abetting suicide of a 16-year-old boy of the identical group, The Indian Express reported on Tuesday.
The incident befell in full public view on September 18 in Konda Mallepally of Telangana’s Nalgonda district, reported The Times of India. The police booked eight individuals within the case on Monday together with the boy’s relations and group elders who tonsured the ladies and abused them.
The accused individuals have been booked underneath sections 323 (voluntarily inflicting harm), 324 (voluntarily inflicting harm by harmful weapons), 342 (wrongful confinement), 355 (assault or use of prison drive to dishonour an individual) and 509 (insulting the modesty of a lady) of the Indian Penal Code, reported The Indian Express.
On September 14, Raju Ramavath, a Class 10 scholar, died by suicide in Devarakonda city, the place he lived in a rented home. The motive for his suicide isn’t identified.
However, after a member of the family accessed Ramavath’s cell phone he got here to know that the boy was involved with the 2 Adivasi ladies from the village. The household alleged that the 2 ladies, had been concerned in prostitution and blackmailed the boy for cash.
“For the last two months, they [the two women] were in regular contact with the boy,” Nalgonda Superintendent of Police Rema Rajeswari advised The Indian Express. “They trapped him and started demanding money, after which he started borrowing money from others.”
After he was not in a position to pay the cash, Ramavath panicked and died by suicide. Family members of the boy sought the village panchayat’s intervention which held the 2 ladies accountable for driving him to take his life. The panchayat determined that the 2 ladies deserved punishment, police advised The Times of India.
The panchayat had allegedly issued an order that the police shouldn’t be knowledgeable in regards to the punishment meted out to the 2 ladies, reported The Indian Express. However, the police had been knowledgeable of the incident by means of a tip-off and satisfied the 2 Adivasi ladies to register a criticism.