Wife poisoned family due to wife and husband disputes

RSD_ Wife poisoned family and all dead

RSD-Palnadu news: The dispute between husband and wife caused death of the family members. Distraught as the small quarrel turned into a big one, wife gave all the family members tea with rat poison. Three of those who drank that tea died and the victim also died 06.02.2024. This terrible incident took place in Palnadu District, Macharla Mandal, Narayana Reddy Puram Thanda. Ravi Naik from Narayanapuram Thanda of Macharla mandal of Palnadu district got married to Vasantha twelve years ago. They have four sons. The last two children are twins. Out of them three children are staying with them while the second child Karthik Prakash is growing up in his grandmother’s house. But as the family is big, Ravi Naik lives in Hyderabad and drives an auto. He comes home once in a week or ten days. In this order, three days ago Ravi Naik came from Narayanapuram.

While wishing to return to Hyderabad, Vasantha told Ravi Naik that she would visit Narsapur, Nalgonda district where she was born. But Ravi Naik did not agree to that. He refused now. This led to a dispute between the two. In this background, poison tea was served to all. Along with the three children, Ravi and Vasantha also drank tea. But as the evening progressed, the children started vomiting. The children were immediately rushed to Macherla Hospital. A son died while being moved from there to Narsaraopet. One died while being shifted to Hyderabad on 05.02.2024, while the other died while undergoing treatment at the hospital. Ravi Naik’s condition is critical after three children died. While Ravi Naik was undergoing treatment at Pravetu Hospital in Hyderabad, Vasantha died while undergoing treatment at Guntur GGH.

Three children lost their lives due to a small dispute between the husband and wife, and the village was cast in a sad shade. The police have registered a case of murder against the mother Vasantha Bhai, who caused the death of her son and have carried out a full-scale investigation.