“He is accepting me as wife”: Techie Sweta Kumari’s diary reveals more about relationship with boyfriend
Bhubaneswar: While the mystery shrouding the suicide of software engineer Sweta Utkal Kumari is yet to be unraveled completely, a page of a diary apparently written by her has come to fore revealing more aspects about the relationship with her boyfriend Soumyajeet Mohapatra.
Sweta has mentioned in the diary that Soumyajeet was accepting her as his wife. Worth mentioning, Sweta’s family members had earlier said that the two were in a live-in relationship.
In the page of the diary, Sweta has also sought blessing from God for a successful relationship with him.
“He is accepting me as his wife. He will show politeness and is going to respect me and my parents. Please God always save and bless our relationship with more love and help us to make our relationship stronger than before,” the page read.
“Day by day, Soumyajeet Mohapatra loving me more and more and our bond is getting stronger. Please God help us solve all of our problems. Soumyajeet loves Sweta,” it added.
Sweta was found hanging inside her apartment in Sailashree Vihar area here on August 21. Police have reportedly seized a diary from the house, in which it has been mentioned that she was in a relationship with Soumyajeet, who hails from Sambalpur. The software engineer hailed from Bhadrak and was working as a Technology Analyst with Infosys here.
Her brother alleged that Soumyajeet was threatening her to make photos of their intimate moments viral, for which she took the extreme step.
“Soumyajeet had kept photos of intimate moments between him and my sister. He was demanding money from her by threatening her to make the pics viral if she didn’t agree to his demands,” said Sweta’s brother.
“They met each other in 2018 while both were working with an IT major in Bhubaneswar. It was an one-sided love affair from Soumyajeet’s side for the first 7-8 months. He then threatened my sister that he would end his life if she didn’t love him. This is how the relationship came into existence. We came to know about it after 1.5 year,” the deceased’s brother said.
Levelling similar allegations against Soumyajeet, Sweta’s father said, “He had quit job for pursuing MBA. He then started extorting money from my daughter, over which she died by suicide.”
“I had gone to Soumyajeet’s house to meet his family members for his marriage with my daughter. However, they harassed me and demanded Rs 30 lakh for the marriage. I had expressed my inability to give them the amount,” Sweta’s father added.
On the basis of an FIR lodged by the family members of Sweta, Chandrasekharpur police have registered a case against him under Section 306 (abetment of suicide) of the IPC.