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Ahmedabad News: Husband accused in Ayesha suicide case of Ahmedabad arrested from Pali in Rajasthan, the video went absconding after it went viral.

The husband of 23-year-old Ayesha, who committed suicide by jumping into Sabarmati river in Ahmedabad three days ago, was arrested on Monday night from Pali, Rajasthan. Ayesha recorded a video message before Suicide. Audio of her last conversation with parents was also revealed, in which Ayesha accused her husband of exploiting her.

Arif had escaped from the wedding ceremony

Ayesha’s husband Arif hails from Jalore, Rajasthan. Ayesha’s video message went viral on Saturday. After this, when the Gujarat police reached Arif’s house in Jalore, the family told that he had gone to a wedding and went somewhere. After this, on the basis of mobile location, the accused was arrested from Pali on Monday night.

Ayesha was pursuing MA from Economics at SV Commerce College located on Relief Road, Ahmedabad. Also used to work in a private company. She was married to Arif on 6 July 2018. From 10 March 2020 Ayesha was living in Maiden. He accused Arif of harassment.

Once the daughter was not even given food for three days:

Liaquat Ali Ayesha’s father Liaquat Ali said that my daughter Ayesha was cheerful, but her life was made hell after dowry. Once the in-laws did not even give him food for three days. He does not tell me his problem by calling me, so Arif had snatched away his mobile phone. Somehow Ayesha called me from her neighbor’s mobile and wept and said ‘Papa these people are not even giving me food’.

Liaquat told that after this they immediately brought Ayesha to the maternal home and filed a case of domestic violence against her husband Arif, mother-in-law and her sister-in-law. Ayesha had asked me to withdraw the same case in her video, but I am never going to forgive my daughter’s killers.

The accused should be punished by running a fast track case

In this regard, Gulab Khan Pathan, member of the Gujarat Bar Council, says that Ayesha’s case is very sad. According to the law, this case comes under Section 306 of the IPC, so I believe that the conviction of the accused will be certain. Incidentally, even if a witness turns away from her statement, Ayesha’s last video can be sentenced to her conviction as a dying declaration. In this case, the accused should be punished by running a fasttrack case.



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