Kandivali suicide: Woman’s husband, in-laws booked
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The Kandivali police on Thursday registered a case of abetment to suicide and dowry harassment against the husband and in-laws of a 28-year-old woman who jumped off the 18th floor of an under-construction building along with her two-year-old daughter earlier this week.
Police said Kritika Patel's father, a resident of Borivali, on Thursday alleged that her in-laws had been harassing her and demanding money for furnishing their new house.
The Patel family was allotted a flat on the 18th floor of the building which was being redeveloped.
DCP Mahesh Patil said the case was being investigated and the decision to arrest Kritika's husband Kaushal and his parents will be taken accordingly.
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