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Tiff With Husband Over Bringing Street Food Home, Woman Ends Life In Maharashtra

The man in Maharashtra, without telling his wife brought 'pani puri' at home, following which the couple had a fight, the police said.

Tiff With Husband Over Bringing Street Food Home, Woman Ends Life In Maharashtra
Woman allegedly ends her life in Maharashtra.(Representational image)
Tiff With Husband Over Bringing Street Food Home, Woman Ends Life In Maharashtra
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2021-09-01T10:26:18+05:30

Just because his husband brought home street food, a 23-year-old woman was left heartbroken, since she had prepared meal at home. After an altercation with her husband, the woman allegedly consumed poison and ended her life.

According to police, the woman Pratiksha Saravade, had married Ambegaon area resident Gahininath Saravade (33) in 2019, and the couple used to have frequent quarrels over domestic issues.

Last Friday, the man, without telling his wife, brought 'pani puri' at home following which they had a fight as she had already prepared the meal. The next day, the woman allegedly consumed a poisonous substance and was subsequently rushed to a hospital where she died on Sunday," an official from Bharti Vidyapeeth police station said.

The police on Monday registered a case of abetment to suicide against her husband, he said. (With PTI Inputs)

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