Dr. Subhadeep Khan was a young 32 year old doctor who primarily handled patients requiring critical care at the Burnpur Hospital operated by SAIL ISP at Burnpur.
On March 19, 2015 he was compelled to commit suicide due to the tremendous harassment caused by his wife, Mrs. Ruma Khan and her parents who had filed false 498A and other criminal cases against him and his aged parents and were using that as a tool to threaten him and extort money from him and his aged parents in collusion with certain persons from the Kulti Police Station.
Subhadeep has, in his suicide note, explicitly held Mrs. Ruma Khan and her parents Mr. Madhusudan Chandra and Mrs. Pranati Chandra responsible for his death. The accused have still not been arrested.
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Subhadeep was a kind and generous person who was dearly loved and respected by his family, friends, colleagues and patients. He was an excellent doctor and was rewarded for his performance by SAIL for his excellence in patient care.
Subhadeep has saved thousands of lives and has always spread joy to all who have had the chance to meet him.
His death is a loss not only to his family and close friends but to the society at large.
Let the accused be arrested and the law take its course. Let justice be done so that Subhadeep’s soul rests in peace and other innocent, kind, bright young men are not sacrificed at the alter of brazen misuse of benevolent laws by malicious women.
Let those filing false criminal charges be severely penalised. Let this case be an example to all women who wish to abuse benevolent laws like Section 498A of the IPC for extorting money and to make innocent men suffer.
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Candle light march
A candle light march is being organised on April 5, 2015 from Rani Rashmoni Road, Dharamtala to College Square, Kolkata at 4.30 pm to support the cause of justice for Subhadeep and to prevent future abuse of benevolent laws like Section 498A of the IPC.
Please join us and cover the event. Your support can prevent future loss of lives of talented, kind, bright, young men like Dr. Subhadeep Khan.
The link to join the march is HERE.