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Udupi : New twist to Chaitra suicide case

Udupi : New twist to Chaitra suicide case

Mangalore Today News Network

Udupi, Oct 5, 2016 : The case of suicide of 18 year old Chaitra from Udupi  has taken a new twist with the girl’s father Chandrashekhar   alleging that   his daughter  was sexually abused by her friend and two other youth.


It is said that Chaitra (18) who worked in the NetG Computer Centre was  in love with Adarsh and that even the family of Chaitra had agreed to get the two married.

According to sources, Adarsh along with two others namely Sagar and Pawan had sexually abused  Chaitra on September 28 after taking her away from the computer centre.

The same evening, she had jumped into the Swarna river.

Investigations are underway on the basis of the complaint of Chaitra’s father.

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Anusha Achar, Suratkal Wed, October-5-2016, 2:11
The family too should have an eye on the children and not believe in whatever they say. Because of the mistake they have lost their daughter. But we cannot stick with all those things and get shattered. Take a stand and fight for justice .
Ramesh Padil, B C Road Wed, October-5-2016, 2:05
The girls involve in unwanted matters creating trouble later lose hope and end life. There is a limit for trust.
Amrith S Shenoy, Manipal Wed, October-5-2016, 2:02
We cannot blame the guys alone , it is because the girls do not have limit for anything. Who ever initiates in this matter the girl is the one who has to suffer. Take action on the guys.
Eshwar Bhat, Goa Wed, October-5-2016, 1:55

If she had jumped of who revealed the fact?Take action on her boyfriend Adarsh ?

Nithyadhar Shetty, Alevoor Wed, October-5-2016, 1:53
If the father was aware of the incident why did he take so much of time to reveal the fact ?
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