Delhi air hostess Anissia Batra suicide: Husband sent to legal guardianship
Delhi air hostess Anissia Batra suicide : A Delhi court today sent Mayank Singhvi, the spouse of a Delhi-based air entertainer who conferred suicide on July 13, to 14 long periods of legal authority. Singhvi was captured by the Delhi Police under charges identified with settlement badgering on July 16 after cops flame broiled him for around 60 minutes.
The group of Anissia Batra, the 39-year-old air master who murdered herself by hopping off the patio of her Pacnhsheel Park home in New Delhi, has asserted that Singhvi used to consistently attack his significant other and that he pestered her for share.
Anissia’s mom beforehand told the police Singhvi had struck her little girl on the second day of the couple’s wedding trip. The family had interceded to determine the contrasts between the couple at that point.
Anissia’s suicide came days after her resigned armed force officer father enrolled a ‘prudent’ protest with the Delhi Police in which he blamed Mayank Singhvi for rehashed aggressive behavior at home and said that if anything somehow managed to happen to his little girl, Mayank and his family would be mindful.
The Delhi Police is testing the claims of abusive behavior at home and endowment badgering. Mayank or his family have not freely remarked on the issue.
(This Story Originating From INDIATODAY)