Vismaya’s husband was found guilty of dowry death and assisting in her suicide by a court in Kerala on Monday 23 May 2022. Vismaya was an Ayurveda medical student who committed suicide at her married home in June last year. The story had caught the attention of internet users at the time because it had stunned everyone. Netizens took to social media to demand justice for the murdered student. Her husband’s conviction is now public knowledge. This article contains all relevant information about the case.
Vismaya dowry cause of death
Additional District and Session Judge Vismaya Dowry According to Special Prosecutor (SPP) G Mohanraj, Sujith KN 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 impose the sentence on Tuesday after hearing arguments from both prosecutors and the accused. He stated that prosecutors would seek the heaviest possible sentence for S Kiran Kumar, the accused.
“This is a judgment against a systemic evil, not just one person,” the SPP claimed. Under Section 304B of the Indian Penal Code, death of a dowry carries a minimum of seven years in prison and a maximum of life imprisonment. The maximum penalties for dowry harassment under Section 498A of the Indian Penal Code and assisting suicide under Section 306 of the Indian Penal Code are three and ten years in prison, respectively.
What happened to her?
Vismaya’s father spoke to journalists outside the court and said that justice had been done for his daughter. He explained that he couldn’t find the words to thank the prosecution and the investigative team for their efforts. Before going to court, he informed reporters at his home that the government had hired a strong investigative team and a qualified prosecutor to investigate the matter.
Vismaya dowry obituary & cause of death
Just before the verdict was read, state transportation minister Antony Raju told reporters that the criminal court’s decision will not change the state government’s decision to fire Kumar. The Supreme Court granted bail on bail to Kumar, who works as an assistant motor vehicle inspector. He was arrested and taken to the county jail where he is due to appear in court on Tuesday.
As he was being taken away from court by police, Kumar did not respond to repeated media questions about what he had to say about the verdict. The choice also satisfied Vismaya’s mother and brother. The sobbing mother told reporters from her homeland that her daughter had been rehabilitated. She also expressed her wish for Kumar to suffer the harshest punishment possible.