Parents suspect foul play in Hanumakonda woman’s death in London

According to Tirumalagiri Swaminatham, a resident of Hanamkonda, his daughter Swathi (25) was married to Sripathi Rajesh, son of Sriapathi Srinnivas and Vijaya in November last year.

By Author   |   Published: 5th Oct 2017   9:22 pm Updated: 5th Oct 2017   9:57 pm
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Parents of Swathi who died under suspicious circumstances in London staging dharna in front of their son-in-law's parents' house in Hanamkonda on Thursday.

Warangal Urban: Parents of a married woman staged a dharna in front of the house of the son-in-law’s parents near Ekashila park in Hanamkonda on Thursday alleging that their daughter had been murdered by their son-in-law in London. They have also urged the government to intervene and see that the body of their daughter is brought to Hanamkonda at the earliest.

According to Tirumalagiri Swaminatham, a resident of Hanamkonda, his daughter Swathi (25) was married to Sripathi Rajesh, son of Sriapathi Srinnivas and Vijaya in November last year. At the time  of marriage Rajesh was working for a firm in Singapore  and later the couple moved to London.

Meanwhile, Swaminatham had got a call from his son-in-law on October 3 saying that Swathi was missing, and the next day he had got another call saying that the body of Swathi had been found in a beach. “Rajesh and his parents have been harassing my daughter for additional dowry since the marriage. We suspect Rajesh’s hand in the death of our daughter.  She would have been murdered by Rajesh,” Swaminatham alleged.

The relatives of Swathi had even urged the government to see that their daughter’s body is brought to Hanamkonda besides taking steps to register a case against Rajesh in London as well as their parents in India.