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Saturday, 31 July 2021 11.11 AM IST

Love turning into revenge; extreme caution required

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The act of seeking revenge by resorting to heinous crimes including murder against women is turning into a huge stain on Kerala's image. According to government figures, eight such cases have been registered since 2016. While accused in three cases died, accused in 5 other cases are in jail. Mental illness in adolescents is often the reason for the recurrence of such incidents.


Not just teenagers, but also a policewoman, who was the mother of three children, also lost her life for refusing the love request of a colleague. Soumya, a police officer from Mavelikkara, was traveling on a scooter when she was attacked by NA Ajaz, a policeman. Ajaz hacked her and set her ablaze in broad daylight. A similar incident occurred in March 2019 in Thiruvalla when a 19-year-old girl was stabbed and set ablaze by her VHSC classmate for refusing a love proposal. Neetu, an engineering student in Thrissur, was also stabbed to death and set ablaze by her friend Nitish for rejecting his love proposal. In Malappuram, a girl was killed by a Bengali native for rejecting his proposal.

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