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Thursday, 12 September 2013

Woman held for Bangalore techie's suicide

She mailed him photos of a friend, lied about her job, and cooked up her 'wedding'.
Police, on Friday, arrested a 23-year-old woman who allegedly drove Sriraj Subramanian, an IT professional, to suicide.
Gayatri alias Jennifer, a resident of KR Puram and working with a private bank’s tele-marketing department, trapped him in online romance by mailing him fake photos and false messages.
According to deputy commissioner of police (east) TG Krishna Bhat, Gayatri used to send him photos of her beautiful friend. She also mailed him false information about her job by claiming that she was working as an IT professional in a top firm. The girl had just passed 7th class.
Sriraj immediately fell in love with her. As the romance progressed, he was longing to meet her. Then came the shock when, one day, he received a mail saying that she was getting engaged with ‘David’ living in England.
He believed her and his world crashed. The love-sick youth had only one choice left.
He took some sleeping pills, got into the rear seat of his black Volkswagen, ran cell tape all over his legs, covered his head with a plastic bag and put on the seat belt to embrace death.
On Tuesday morning, people found his body in that posture at AECS Layout near Kundalahalli in the limits of Mahadevapura police station.
The police initially took it as a case of murder. But further investigation and the post-mortem report confirmed that he had committed suicide.
They soon traced the woman who had driven him to the extreme by checking his emails. The last e-mail, the longest he had ever sent, was around 2.37 am on Tuesday.
In it he told her how she should behave with her kids and husband in future. She should never to scream at her children. He also requested her to name her daughter as Kate and son as Jack. 

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