Woman charges DIG with driving husband to suicide

Published: 31st March 2013 10:17 AM  |   Last Updated: 31st March 2013 10:17 AM   |  A+A-

A woman on Saturday lodged a complaint alleging that Deputy Inspector General (DIG), Hyderabad range, Y Nagi Reddy had threatened her husband which led him to commit suicide.

According to the contents in the complaint, on March 21, her husband Ram Reddy, managing director of Meghana Pharma company, committed suicide. When the family members were cleaning Ram Reddy’s room on Saturday, they noticed a suicide note stating that the DIG had taken his signature on a blank cheque, following which he committed suicide.

His widow Prema Latha met the Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), Madhapur, T Yoganand and lodged the complaint showing the suicide note.

She also requested the DCP to look into the issue.

Nagi Reddy, however, denied the allegations levelled against him. He told Express that he never met Rami Reddy and he was not involved in the issue.

“I don’t know why she made such allegations against me. They are not my relatives and friends. The allegations are false.

I spoke to DCP Yogananad and requested him to take appropriate action against if found guilty,’’ Nagi Reddy said.  

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