New Delhi, May 12: Continous harassment by a stalker provoked a 19-year-old girl in Delhi's Vasant Kunj area to end her life, media reports said on Thursday, May 12.
The unfortunate incident took place on Tuesday, May 10 in Kishangarh village of south Delhi, when the teenager hanged herself to death inside her house.
Police claimed that no suicide note was recovered from the spot. The deceased's sister told police officials, investigating the case that a local boy named Neeraj used to stalk her sister from last couple of days.
21-year-old Neeraj reportedly met the girl and assaulted her and even broke her phone during a verbal brawl. The victim was working as a beautician along with her sister at a beauty parlour, from where she collected the house keys and reached her home.
Before taking the extreme step, she told her sister that she had been insulted and humiliated in public after which she locked herself inside a room.
Her mother and another sister were working as security guard at a mall. Her father is a driver.
According to police, accused and victim were known to each other and they even used to visit each other's homes from last one and half years. They were in regular touch on phone, according to the call data records.
Police was quick to take actiona and arrested the accused Neeraj, who is employed with a private company. He has been arrested under IPC Sections 306 (abetment of suicide), 323 (causing hurt) and 354D (stalking).