Khargone: The body of a man who jumped from a 40-foot-high Narmada bridge in Khargone, MP, has been found. He left a suicide note, which was discovered by police. Before he died, the guy recorded himself accusing his in-laws of wanting Rs 1 crore, including the divorced wife. The case is being investigated by the police. The deputy ranger's father accused the son's wife and in-laws of torturing him, citing a video taken shortly before his death. Ajay Dwivedi, the son of a deputy ranger, was discovered floating in the Narmada river near Village Muralla after jumping off the Narmada bridge in Barwah, 80 kilometres from the district headquarters.
On Thursday afternoon, Rewa resident Ajay Dwivedi was riding a scooty from Indore to Omkareshwar with his spouse. He leapt from the Narmada Bridge for this reason. Sunil Kevat and his colleagues had been on the hunt for three days.The corpse was discovered floating in the Muralla Narmada river on Saturday. The divers approached him and hauled him out, confirming Ajay Dwivedi's identity. As soon as the report was received, the deceased's family members hurried to the scene. The deceased's father, Pramod Dwivedi, wrapped himself over his son's corpse and began wailing.
The deceased was taken to the Barwah Government Hospital for a postmortem. Pramod Dwivedi, Ajay's father, is a deputy ranger in Rewa district's Sirmaur. The in-laws of Ajay's son Ajay have filed a dowry harassment complaint against Ajay and us, stating that he was tortured for rupees. The son has been content as a result of this. The case is being investigated by the police.