Vismaya’s husband was found guilty of dowry death and abetting her suicide by a Kerala court on Monday, May 23, 2022. Vismaya was an Ayurveda medical student who committed suicide in June of last year at her marital home. The story had caught the attention of netizens at the time because it had stunned everyone. On social media, netizens demanded justice for the murdered student. Her husband’s conviction is now becoming public knowledge. This article contains all of the pertinent information about the case.
Vismaya Dowry Death Reason
Additional District and Sessions Judge Vismaya Dowry According to Special Public Prosecutor (SPP) G Mohanraj, Sujith K N also found the husband guilty of dowry-related harassment under the IPC and many articles of the Dowry Prohibition Act. According to the SPP, the court will issue the punishment on Tuesday after hearing arguments from both the prosecution and the defendant. He stated that the prosecution would seek the most severe punishment possible for S Kiran Kumar, the defendant.
“This is a verdict against a systemic evil, not just against one person,” the SPP claimed. Under section 304B of the Indian Penal Code, dowry death is punishable by a minimum of seven years in prison and a maximum of life in prison. The maximum punishments for dowry harassment under Section 498A of the Indian Penal Code and abetment to suicide under Section 306 of the Indian Penal Code are three and 10 years in prison, respectively.
What Happened To Her?
Vismaya’s father spoke to the journalists outside the court and said that his daughter had received justice. He stated he lacked the words to express his gratitude to the prosecution and the investigation team for their efforts. Before leaving for court, he informed reporters at his residence that the government had hired a strong investigative team and a qualified prosecutor to look into the matter.
Vismaya Dowry Obituary & Death Cause
Just before the judgement was read, state Transport Minister Antony Raju told reporters that the criminal court’s ruling would not alter the state government’s decision to fire Kumar. The Supreme Court granted Kumar, who works as an assistant motor vehicle inspector, bail. He was apprehended and sent to the district jail, where he is scheduled to appear in court on Tuesday.
As he was brought away from the court by police, Kumar did not react to repeated questions from media about what he had to say about the verdict. The choice satisfied Vismaya’s mother and brother as well. The sobbing mother told reporters from her home that her daughter had been vindicated. She also expressed her desire for Kumar to face the toughest punishment possible.