NEWS: A BRIDE-TO-BE FILMS HERSELF COMMITS SUICIDE FEW DAYS TO HER WEDDING
What could possibly make someone take their life willingly? What kind problems or trouble could convince someone that suicide is way out? That's comes to mind when you think about suicide victims.
The tragic story of a bride-to-be who films herself committing suicide and later send the video to her ex-boyfriend has left the social media community all around the world appalled at the act itself.
Nisha Devidas, an Indian bride-to-be who took the easiest way out by drinking poison and sent the clip to an ex-boyfriend who allegedly was blackmailing the traumatised Nisha, this incident happened just few days to her wedding.
Nisha Devidas whose wedding was slated for 4th February 2018 took her own life by drinking the deadly pesticide just 10 days before her wedding in the village of Rohini in the western Indian state of Maharashtra on January 25.
Nisha Devidas's brother, Ravi Kavie disclosed to reporters that his sister was being blackmailed by her ex-boyfriend, Nikhi Borkar, whom they felt had probably threatened her for leaving him and possibly had an implicating item to dissuade her husband to be from marrying her.
A very tragic clip shows Nisha Devidas drinking a thick black liquid, she was found unresponsive and quickly rushed to the District Generak Hospital in Bihandara but was declared dead on arrival.
The bother, Ravi told local media:
"My sister's wedding was due on the 4th February but she embraced death just 10 days before her marriage. A youth named Nikhil Borkhar is responsible for my sister's death. He lured my sister on the pretext of marriage, then used her and started blackmailing her. Fed up and defeated, my sister consumed pesticide. I want Nikhil to be immediately arrested."
The police said they are investigating the incident and it was not clear whether they had interviewed Mr Borkar. The nature of the blackmail was not stated but may have related to a sexual relationship between Mr Borkar and Miss Nisha Devidas.
Blackmail is a serious offense in India and Mr Borkar is likely to face sentencing if he is convicted after investigation has been thoroughly carried out.
"Blackmailing amount to Criminal intimidation, which is well defined in the Indian Penal Code section 503 as :- Whoever threatens another with any injury to his person, reputation or properry, or to the person or reputation of any one in whom that person is interested, with intent to cause alarm to that person, or to cause that person to do any act which he is not legally bound to do, or to omit to do any act which that person is legally entitled to do, as the means of avoiding execution of such threat, commits Criminal Intimidation..
The offense of Criminal intimidation can be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to two years, or with fine, or with both."