Relatives allege her husband killed her.
Hyderabad: The incident occurred at the LB Nagar police station, where the newlyweds died under strange circumstances. Amulya (22), the daughter of Maremma and Jarpula Mantru, was working at a coffee shop in Kottapet, according to the family and authorities. They are Jarpula tribal village residents from Nalgonda District's Chintapally Mandal.
She met Kanthula David, 25, of Nagarkurnool, who was working there, and they were married on March 24 at Saibaba temple. They have been staying in Vanasthalipuram for the last 20 days, renting a house in LB Nagar's Sivaganga Colony. They have been concealing their marriage from their family members since the ceremony, and their family is oblivious to the fact that their daughter got married.
When she visited her sister's house in Hastinapuram three days earlier, family members inquired about the black beads on her neck. On the 17th, she informed her husband that she was heading to the hostel. According to the information, she contacted her mother the same night and begged her to give her gold jewellery and the money she had saved for her wedding.
Doctors took Amulya to the hospital, where she was declared dead on arrival after being discovered in a suspicious position in the bathroom with a scarf over her neck. After learning about Amulya's death, a huge number of family members and tribal communities came to the LB Nagar police station.
According to the deceased's father, David had murdered his daughter and made it appear as though she had committed suicide herself. In front of the police station, tribal chiefs expressed their concern that David should be severely punished for Amulya's death. Former MLC Ramulu LB Nagar inquired into the situation with ACP Sridhar Reddy and CI Ashok Reddy and learned the specifics. According to authorities, the full information will be known after the post-mortem report is obtained.
Ramu Nayak, who spoke at the event, stated that the culprit who caused the girl's death should face severe punishment. The Chief Minister, Home Minister, and Tribal Welfare Minister retaliated by demanding Rs. 1 crore in compensation for the girl's family, as well as a government position for one of the family members.