A young couple in Palghar district is suspected of committing suicide

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By: Priyanka Sikdar

Last Update: 2021-08-10 12:10:57 IST

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A young couple in Palghar district is suspected of committing suicide because their families would not allow them to marry, according to authorities

A young couple in Palghar district is suspected of committing suicide because their families would not allow them to marry, according to authorities

The man wrote ‘Bhavakpurna Shradhanjali’ on their WhatsApp status (a condolence message).

Reshma Dikar, 20, and Ashish Dhumada, 22, were from separate communities, according to Talasari police.

‘They had gone missing a few days before, but their families had not filed a missing person’s report. Their bodies were discovered hanging from a tree in a forest region ahead of Vadavli village in Palghar district,’ said Talasari police station senior inspector Ajay Vasave.

The police believe they committed suicide on Sunday morning, and a local resident discovered their bodies around 4 p.m. and alerted the authorities.

Dhumada was jobless but Dikar had a job. According to preliminary investigations, the woman’s family did not want their daughter to marry Dhumada. Both of the deceased’s relatives are farmers.

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