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A BTech student’s ‘suicide’ turned out to be a murder committed by her husband and her own mother, who were in an illicity sexual relationship, says the police team probing the case at Nalgonda. The victim, G. Jhansi Rani, who died on May 24, had written a letter to the CI of Nakrekal before her death revealing details of the assault by her mother and husband.
In the letter sent via India Post, which was received by the police after her death, Jhansi Rani revealed that her Husband G. Vijayender Reddy, 31, and her mother G. Padma, 43, were in a sexual relationship, and that Padma had forced her into the marriage.  It also revealed that Vijayender is a nephew of Padma and their relationship was many years old. On May 24, Jhansi Rani died in her house at Nakrekal. After that Padma and Vijender buried the body in a hurry without informing the police. They told neighbours that Jhansi had committed suicide. However, the Nalgonda police, who received leads about the case, has decided to exhume the body.
Police suspects that Padma and Vijayender gave Jhansi pesticide forcibly and killed her. “We have got information that on May 24 afternoon Vijayender bought pesticides from a shop in Nakrekal. Before that the victim was assaulted by Padma and Vijayender,” said CI Venkateswarlu. Police received information about the death on May 28 when they received a letter written by Jhansi via post. Police found the girl was already dead and that it was not informed to the police.
Police said Jhansi, who was a student at an engineering college in Hyderabad, went back to Nalgonda on May 23.  “On that night, Vijayender and Padma assaulted her. There was also marital rape,” said the inspector. Police said Padma had taken Rs 20 lakh from Vijayender and was unable to pay it back. Padma, whose husband had died four years back, then forced her daughter to marry him. Later, in order to recover the money, they forced her into prostitution. The police has started a hunt for the absconding Padma and Vijayender.

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