#Cutest couple ♥#RIP PRANAV
#Cast system killed him 💔🌏
Don't care about caste system. I strongly believe this has something to do with education. The most caste based crimes happens in societies where education and civil sense comparatively low considering rest of India.
(In a shocking incident, a 22-year-old Scheduled Caste youth was brutally murdered allegedly by his upper caste wife’s family members.
The girl’s father and uncle went underground soon after the murder, giving strength to the investigators’ suspicion. Police announced reward for information about them.
The incident took place in Miryalaguda town of Nalgonda district in Telangana on Friday evening. Perumalla Pranav, a SC youth and his engineering classmate Amrutha Varshini translated their love into marriage six months ago. Varshini is a fifth month pregnant.
Her family objected to the wedding on socio economic considerations and did not entertain the couple for long. Recently, the parents revived terms with the new couple but, were allegedly threatening Pravan family members.
On Friday, Pravan and his sister took Amrutha to the hospital for checkup. As they were leaving the hospital after the checkup, a tall man came from behind and hit on Pranav’s head with a talwar. He collapsed. The miscreant then axed him to death and escaped. The shocked two women tried to save Pravan before running inside the hospital screaming in fear. Amrutha fell unconscious and is undergoing treatment. Doctors said she was not informed about Pravan’s death. “She only remembers that an attack had taken place on Pranav”, the doctors treating her said.
District superintendent of police AV Ranganadh said the boy’s parents had already lodged a complaint with the Miryalaguda police fearing threat to the life of Pranav. Amrutha’s father T Maruthi Rao had given an assurance not to disturb the new couple. Rao is an established realtor in Miryalaguda. Amrutha is the only daughter.
The SP formed four teams to hunt for Maruthi Rao and his brother Shravan, who were named accused No. 1 and 2 respectively in the first information report (FIR).)