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Friday, March 11, 2011

Nidhi's husband traumatised by death of wife, kids-T.O.I

‘Nidhi’s husband is traumatized by death of wife, kids’
Nitasha Natu, TNN | Mar 11, 2011, 12.53am IST
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Tags:Nidhi Gupta|Crime in Mumbai
MUMBAI: The parents of college lecturer Nidhi Gupta are yet to press charges against anyone in connection with her death. Nidhi had flung her two kids, Gaurav (6) and Mahika (3), before jumping to death from the 19th storey of her building on Tuesday. Her father, Bimal Jalan, told the media that she was mentally tortured by her husband and in-laws. But investigators have not concluded any motive yet.

People close to the Gupta's said Nidhi's husband, Pawan, is traumatized after the incident and is unable to come to terms with his kids' deaths. "One of us has to constantly keep an eye on him. We fear he might hurt himself if left alone," said a relative. "Pawan was close to his kids. Whenever he speaks about them, he says they are unwell," the relative said.

Pawan assists his father and elder brother, Rakesh, in their garment business. The police have recorded his statement along with that of his parents, brother and sister-in-law. The Guptas also plan to take legal advice in the matter.

Meanwhile on Wednesday, the last rites of Nidhi and her kids were conducted at her father's residence, for which the Guptas were present. Pawan, along with Nidhi's brother, performed the funeral. Relatives said that there was tension between the Guptas and Jalans. Nidhi's father will record his statement later this week. He could not visit the police station on Thursday as he had organized a prayer meet in memory of his daughter and grand-children

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