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BANGALORE: A 38-year-old marketing manager with a software firm hanged himself at his residence here on Sunday night, unable to bear the alleged harassment by his second wife and her parents. The incident came to light on Thursday, when the police recovered the body of Syed Ahmed Makhdoom from his house on Borebank Road in Pottery Town, in the limits of J.C. Nagar police station.

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In his suicide note, the victim, who was from New Delhi, reportedly alleged that his second wife Muskhan, 32, of Mysore and her parents had allegedly harassed him for money.

They did not allow him to meet his son.

“The victim wanted to meet his son, who is with his second wife Muskhan. But Muskhan and her relatives were not letting him his son,” Kumar Jagirdar, President for Child Rights Initiative for Shared Parenting (CRISP), told The Hindu here on Thursday.

The CRISP will lodge a complaint against the accused persons with the National Human Rights Commission on Friday, Mr. Jagirdar said.

Mr. Makhdoom is survived by his third wife, who is pregnant.

 



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