Delhi air hostess Anissia Batra messaged friend to call Police before death

18 Jul 2018 06:24 PM

Delhi air hostess Anissia Batra messaged friend to call Police before death

Updated 18 Jul 2018 06:24 PM

Mayank Singhvi, the husband of the air hostess, who committed suicide here, has been sent to 14-day judicial custody.

Expressing angst, the brother of the deceased, Karan requested the police to arrest his sister's in-laws.

"Police arrested him (husband) after 72 hrs, but still, his parents have not been arrested yet, who are part of FIR, I request police to arrest his parents soon so the investigation can move forward," the brother said.
Singhvi was arrested yesterday, under Section 304 B of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), dealing with dowry-related deaths.

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