Telangana family suicide case: ‘Business partners cheated my husband’ says the suicide letter of Janardhan family

Prabhatha’s suicide note said partners may have conned her husband, but he never discussed business with her

Published: 19th September 2017 03:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 19th September 2017 12:00 PM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

SURYAPET: A few other issues came out in suicide letter of Janardhan family on Monday. Deceased K Prabhatha alias Nagamani stated in her suicide note that Suresh had a few business partners and she suspected that they have cheated her husband and used to visit their house often asking about him.

She also stated that Suresh never told her about his debts. We are ashamed and hence, are committing suicide, she added. Janardhan’s younger son Ashok wrote that B Upender and Vempati Satyanarayana cheated him in the name of a bank clerk job and collected `14 lakh. They also created fake appointment orders and identity cards. All of this was cleared after the intervention of Rangareddy district court officials. Later, B Upendhar promised to pay `14 lakh in 40 days and also signed on a `100 bond paper. When we asked them to return the money, Upendhar and Satyanarayana threatened us.
He also stated that minister Janagadeesh Reddy was also a cause for suicide.Satyanarayana is a relative of Srinivas and they approched him many times regarding the issue, but he neglected.


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