Mofiya Parveen’s suicide: Police arrest husband Suhail and his parents

Muhammad Suhail, Mofiya Parveen

Aluva: Police nabbed the husband of LLB student Mofiya Parveen (21) from the relative's house in Kothamangalam on Wednesday morning. Mofiya had lodged a complaint of domestic violence against husband Muhammad Suhail and his parents before committing suicide. Police charged cases including abetment of suicide against Suhail and family.

Edayappuram native Mofiya Parveen had committed suicide on Monday at her residence. She was daughter of K Dilshad and Farisa. The suicide note accusing husband, his family and Aluva CI CL Sudhir was obtained from the spot. However, no major action is taken against the CI. Though the department claimed that he was removed from his official charges, MLA Anwar Sadath asserted that the accused CI was on duty at Aluva station till 10 pm yesterday. Mofiya’s family has alleged that CI Sudhir had insulted Mofiya when she went to the police station to lodge a complaint.

Mofiya married Irumalappady native Muhammad Suhail on April 3, 2021 and the reception was planned in January 2022. After marriage, Suhail’s family took Mofiya to Kothamangalam. But she returned soon and informed her family about the mental and physical ordeals she had to go through at her husband’s house. Suhail had also pronounced talaq against her.

One month ago, Mofiya had filed a complaint against Suhail and family with the Aluva rural SP. Later, the two families had a compromise talk in the presence of CI Sudhir. Amid the talk, CI had threatened and insulted Mofiya, said her family.

The family cited that Mofiya was disheartened after facing insults from the police officer in front of her husband’s family and this instigated her to commit suicide. After returning from the police station, Mofiya said she wanted to sit alone and went to her room. She did not open the door when her parents called her. Later she was spotted hanging in her bedroom. Mofiya was a third year LLB student at Al Azhar college in Thodupuzha.

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