SRINAGAR: In a heart-wrenching and deeply saddening turn of events, a Border Security Force (BSF) jawan stationed in the turbulent region of Jammu and Kashmir reportedly took his own life upon learning of his wife’s devastating demise by suicide.

The young couple, identified as Anshu Yadav (24) and Rajendra Yadav (28), had tied the knot just eight months ago, media reports said.

The unfolding tragedy began in Dheerpur village, nestled in Rajasthan’s Kotputli-Behror district. Anshu Yadav, a native of this locality, had chosen to end her own life by hanging herself from a ceiling fan in her home on a fateful Tuesday night. The local police were quick to respond to the grievous incident.

As news of Anshu’s passing reached her husband, Rajendra Yadav, a Border Security Force head constable stationed in the volatile region of Kupwara, Jammu and Kashmir, shock and despair enveloped his life. In a heartbreaking twist, Rajendra turned his service revolver on himself, ending his own life in a tragic and unexpected fashion.

Rajesh Meena, the Station House Officer (SHO) of Harsaura police station in Kotputli-Behror district, was compelled to share the grim details of the situation. He disclosed that Anshu and Rajendra had engaged in a quarrel over the phone, a dispute that would prove to have tragic consequences. It is believed that the intensity of their disagreement may have driven Anshu to take the drastic step of ending her own life.

Following the post-mortem examination, Anshu’s lifeless body was handed over to her grieving family, who must now bear the heavy burden of her loss. The pain and sorrow have since rippled through their close-knit community.

As the devastating news continues to reverberate, it has been reported that Rajendra Yadav’s body is expected to be transported to Jaipur, where family and friends will pay their final respects to a young man.

This tragic and heartrending tale has left many in shock and mourning for a love story that ended far too soon. The couple, who only eight months ago stood at the threshold of a life together, are now forever separated by an incomprehensible tragedy.

The local authorities have initiated an investigation into the circumstances surrounding this devastating incident, with a case registered under section 176 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (inquest proceedings). The investigation will be led by the sub-divisional officer, as the community grapples with the loss of two young lives and the profound sorrow that now envelopes their close-knit world.


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