Photo of Vismaya with brother's baby goes viral on social media; trial in case to start on Monday


Vismaya, an Ayurveda medical student, was found hanging in the bathroom of her husband's house at Sasthamkotta in Kollam district.Her parents and brother had alleged torture and harassment by her husband S Kiran Kumar over dowry.

vismaya with brothers child
Vismaya with brother's son Neel

Kollam: “My daughter Malu should have been here to see her brother’s baby…” said Vismaya’s mother Sajitha on seeing the photo of her daughter holding her brother’s baby. Vismaya allegedly committed suicide at her husband’s place house after facing repeated torture over dowry. The recreated photo of Vismaya with her nephew has gone viral on social media.

Vismaya was found dead in her husband Kiran Kumar’s house on June 21, 2021. Vismaya’s brother Vijith’s wife Dr Revathi was pregnant during that time. Vijith approached Kozhikode-based artist Ajila Janish to make a photo of his sister and son Neel V Vikram together in one frame. Ajila said that it is with great pain that she finished the work. The artist also shared a reaction video of Vismaya's parents on seeing the photo.

The photo was delivered to Vismaya’s house last day. The trial in the dowry death case will start on Monday.

Vismaya, an Ayurveda medical student, was found hanging in the bathroom of her husband's house at Sasthamkotta in Kollam district.Her parents and brother had alleged torture and harassment by her husband S Kiran Kumar over dowry.

Vismaya's husband Kiran Kumar was booked for abetment of suicide and other charges in the case. Following the outrage over the woman's death, Kiran, who was working as an assistant motor vehicle inspector, was dismissed from service.

Special public prosecutor G Mohanraj will appear in court for the prosecution. Adv Prathapachandran Pillai will appear for the accused.

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