Thiruvananthapuram: The suicide note recovered by the police at Neyyanttinkara house where the woman-daughter duo set ablaze over the fear over confiscating their house by the bank, is divulging out new twist and turns to the incident. The interrogation of family members based on the note is pointed towards the episode of harassment over dowry, domestic violence and practice of black magic. The police search conducted at the premise spotted a pooja space with idols, pooja materials water connection and light alignments in it and it is reportedly unnoticed by the neighbors so far.
Shocking revelations are coming out from Neyyanttinkara house after the four family members, the woman’s husband Chandran, mother-in- law Krishnamma, Mother-in-law’s sister and her husband who were referred in the suicide note being arrested in connection with incident.
The arrested family members consented police over the statements in the suicide note that the husband and family members would harass and manhandle the woman over dowry since twenty years of marriage. The Lekha ( woman) and Vaishnavi ( daughter) were tortured by the family and would be forced to participate in necromancy that would practice at the house. As per reports, a sorcerer from Kottoor would visit the controversial house to conduct black magic.
More notes are recovered from the house as that of Lekha’s on Thursday also repeating the matter in the suicide note. The in-laws would not allow the woman and the teenage daughter to mingle with people. Chandran, the woman’s husband would harass and assault the woman over demanding dowry over past 20 years of marriage. The family was learned to have conducted pooja whenever notice issued from bank over confiscating the property and forced the mother-daughter duo to follow necromancy. The woman’s husband is learned to have opposed the house to be sold and conducted black magic along with mother so as to hinder house to be sold.