With advocate Rehana disclosing Sarika's mail explaining her all the harassment and ill-treatment meted out to her, the mysterious death of the woman and her three sons took a new turn on Thursday.Advocate Rehana said her client Sarika was communicating to her every detail about the torture she was undergoing at the hands of her husband, in-laws and also her husband's second wife. "They are trying to send me out of the house by torturing me in several ways," Sarika reportedly stated in her mail to Rehana.
My husband had affairs with several women and if I questioned him about his irresponsible behaviour, he would beat me black and blue. Father-in-law was torturing me demanding sacrifices from me. Mother-in-law abuses me all the time, for no reason, even in front of my friends, relatives and strangers. They made me live like an orphan, did not give us food and we had to starve for several days. They took away all my money and gold ornaments. When I filed a case, my father-in-law influenced the police and got all cases nullified against him and family members, Sarika lamented.
Amidst tensions and widespread anguish over the mysterious death of Sarika and three sons in a suspected fire accident at ex-MP Rajaiah's house in Warangal on Wednesday, post-mortem was conducted on all the four bodies at Mahatma Gandhi Memorial hospital on Thursday.
Probe Into Fire Accident :
Four ACP level officials are appointed to probe the mysterious fire accident that killed ex-MP Rajaiah's daughter-in-law Sarika and her three sons Abhinav (7), Ayon and Sriyon, three-year-old twins. Two cooking gas cylinders were found in Sarika's bedroom which were completely leaked. Neighbors did not hear any sound of cylender blast. All other family members including Rajaiah, his son Anil and wife Madhavi were sleeping downstairs while Sarika and her children were sleeping on the first floor. The accident reportedly took place at around 4am, but the family members got to know about this at 5am and then reported the matter to the police. Police commissioner G. Sudheer Babu said they are investigating the case from all angles and will soon find the real cause of the accident.
Rajaiah, wife Madhavi, son Anil and Sana, the second wife of Anil with whom he had two children, are being questioned by the police and will be produced before the court this evening.