Police find suicide note which indicates Navi Mumbai engineer took the extreme step because of a demanding spouse and in-laws
Unable to bear harassment from his spouse and in-laws, Asif Masar Gupi, a 27-year-old civil engineer, hanged himselfu00a0 on Thursday.
In his suicide note, Gupi wrote that he could no longer bear insistent demands from his nagging wife.
Gupi was a resident of Shiva Triveni Apartments in Sanpada. According to an investigator, he married lecturer Amisha Patel in June this year.
u00a0Asif Masar Gupi (left) wrote that he could no longer bear his wife*s insistent demands
Just two months after the marriage, Amisha, who teaches at a Navi Mumbai college, allegedly started demanding that they get a new home. Within months, the couple had moved from Gupi*s parents house in Airoliu00a0 to a house in Sanpada.
The investigator added that, soon after their marriage, Amisha got exceedingly demanding and asked for new clothes and ornaments.u00a0 Her parents would also join in.
On Wednesday, Gupi called his father and asked him to come to his house to discuss some important issue concerning his wife and in laws.
According to Radheshyam, the night watchman, Amisha*s parents and brother came to Gupi*s house around midnight when he was not at home.
Gupi returned at 1 am, but was gone again in 10 minutes. He later came back at 4 am.
u00a0On Thursday, his father came and found him hanging from the ceiling fan.
The police found a suicide note from Gupi addressed to his wife. The note says, "Teri ichcha poori ho gayi na. Ab tu achchhi tarah se reh."
Prakash More, senior inspector from Turbhe Police station, said, "We have registered an FIR against his in-laws. The matter is under investigation. It appears that Gupi was fed up with his wife*s demands."
Gupi*s wife and in-laws were not available for comment.