Indian Embassy takes cognizance of the suicide case of Indian-origin woman Mandeep Kaur in New York, USA

The Indian Embassy has taken cognizance of the suicide case of Indian-origin woman Mandeep Kaur in New York, USA. The Indian Embassy said that it has contacted US officials in this matter. There are talks at the local level as well. Along with this, Mandeep’s family is ready to help in every way.

Let us tell you that on August 3, Mandeep Kaur (30 years) committed suicide by hanging herself in New York, USA. After committing suicide, Mandeep recorded the video and said- husband and my in-laws are responsible for my death. He didn’t let me live. They have been beating me for the last 8 years. Mandeep was a resident of Bijnor in UP.

Indian-origin woman Mandeep Kaur Suicide Case

The Indian Embassy in the US has issued a statement. The Embassy said that we are deeply saddened by the passing away of Mandeep Kaur in Queens (New York). We are in contact with US officials as well as the community at the federal and local levels. We are ready to help in any way possible.

Mandeep Kaur’s sister Kuldeep Kaur has alleged that husband Ranjodhbir Singh and family wanted a son from her. The in-laws were also demanding 50 lakh rupees in dowry and Mandeep Kaur was being assaulted for this. When this could not happen, they forced my sister to commit suicide. Mandeep Kaur’s in-laws wanted a son but she had two daughters.

According to news agency ANI, Kuldeep Kaur has alleged that Mandeep was being harassed right after her marriage. According to Kuldeep, Mandeep was married in February 2015. It was only after the marriage that the in-laws and Mandeep moved to New York, USA and he started harassing her.​

In Bijnor, the parents have expressed concern about the safety of Mandeep’s two daughters aged 6 and 4. Younger sister Kuldeep Kaur said that the custody of both the girls should be given. We will raise her like a mother. I want her husband to get the harshest punishment. He should get the death penalty. I appeal to the Government of India to help us get justice.

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