Woman kills alcoholic son, surrenders

KARIMNAGAR: A woman killed her alcoholic son unable to bear the harassment by him for money at Chukkaraonagar in Sircilla mandal headquarters. Later, she surrendered herself to police. A

Published: 25th January 2012 04:11 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:21 PM   |  A+A-

KARIMNAGAR: A woman killed her alcoholic son unable to bear the harassment by him for money at Chukkaraonagar in Sircilla mandal headquarters. Later, she surrendered herself to police.

According to sources, Anuvula Raja (28) has been harassing his mother, Lakshmi, and even misbehaving with his sister.

Despite repeated appeals, there had been no change in his attitude.

Annoyed over this, the woman hit him with a boulder and he died instantly.

Sircilla police registered a case.

In another incident, distressed over financial problems, a woman, along with her three daughters, jumped into an agricultural well at Gudlacheruvupalli in Nustulapur mandal in the wee hours of Tuesday.

The woman and her two daughters died while another daughter climbed up the well catching hold of a tree branch.

According to police, Gattu Latha (28), and her daughters -- Swathi (5 months), Manasa (5) and Akanksha took the extreme step frustrated with continuous problems after Latha’s husband incurred loss on setting up a petty business in Hyderabad.

Akanksha, who saved herself, jumped out of the well and informed the villagers about her mother and sisters

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