Thursday, May 30, 2013

how to stop my wife killing me and taking my money ? can I voluntarily adopt Shaira ? or some exclusion for wife ?


Wives these days kill husbands. they just kill them or file false cases that drag on for ever and kill them .... the third and fastest growing variety are those who mentally torture their husbands so much that the husbands commit suicide

the sad net result of all these is that (a) the innocent man is dead and (b) the wife gets husband's hard earned money after husband's death !!! this is a great incentive for killing the husband covertly or overtly.  

any which way, if you are dead without a will wife gets a major share. even IF you bequeath property they may come back claiming ....how do we stop this daylight robbery

any ideas ? please comment here or provide links



Chembur man blamed wife, in-laws in suicide note on bedroom wall

By Mustafa shaikh, Mumbai Mirror | May 30, 2013, 01.09 AM IST
Police, however, register accidental death as no one came forward to complain about in-laws.

The Chembur freelance photographer, who hanged himself at his residence on Monday, had allegedly written a 'suicide note' in pencil on the wall of his home, implying that his wife, her mother and aunt were responsible for his death.

Prakash Patni, 32, wrote on the wall of his room, "Because of my wife and her mother Jaishree Kundani and (aunt) Mohini Kundani it is over. These 3 persons are the reason".

Patni had also put up several posts on his Facebook profile, hinting of betrayal in love and that he was ending his life. He sent his wife who was at her maternal home an sms too, accusing her of wrongdoing.

The RCF police, however, registered only an accidental death as, according to them, no one came forward to register a complaint against his wife and her relatives.

"We registered an accidental death as no one filed any complaint," said Senior Inspector Dilip Yadav of the RCF Police Station. "Patni was financially unstable and used to gamble. He posted his status on his Facebook wall saying bye to his friends. We are also told that his wife had an affair which could be one of the reasons for his suicide, but we are investigating," Yadav added.

Patni's family have now said that they submitted an application to the RCF police on Wednesday, asking them to register a complaint against his wife Dimple, 28, her mother and her aunt.

A freelance photographer, Patni who married around 10 years ago, lived in a rented room in Chembur Camp with his wife and son Piyush, 7, for the past two years.

"We are not earning well, but my parents paid for his house rent and food bills each month," said Patni's brother Mohan, 34. "He had to only take care of his family's other expenses."

Mohan further said, "His fatherin-law has a garage in Chembur and his mother-in-law used to visit Patni's home everyday. We don't know how they harassed Patni, but it appears he was upset with his wife. Dimple was with her parents in Koparkhairane when he committed suicide. His mobile records show that at 2:30 am on Monday he messaged his wife saying 'Dear I am sorry. You have done wrong. Please don't do this to anyone'. The last sentence is mentioned on the wall of his room as well as his Facebook page."

Locals residents who did not want to be named said that Patni was very much into gambling and had problems in his personal life.

They also said that he used to pick fights with people.

Patni's body was discovered on Monday after his wife returned home around 1 pm. When he failed to open the door, she went around and lifted the window curtain and saw him hanging from the ceiling fan.

On Wednesday, when Mumbai Mirror contacted Dimple, she refused to comment.




http://www.mumbaimirror.com/mumbai/crime/Chembur-man-blamed-wife-in-laws-in-suicide-note-on-bedroom-wall/articleshow/20339088.cms