Techie’s Family Returned From US Due To H1-B. Spouse Found Hanging

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They family allegedly were compelled to offer property, furniture in the US at a cost a great deal not as much as what they would have loved.

Hyderabad | Written by Uma Sudhir | Updated: May 06, 2017 01:43 IST

Husband was not able get a H-1B visa expansion subsequent to laboring for a long time in the US.
Husband was not able get a H-1B visa expansion subsequent to laboring for a long time in the US.

HYDERABAD: Less than a month since her family come back to Hyderabad from the US, a 39-year-old lady was discovered hanging at her home in the Hitech range of the city on Thursday morning.

Rashmi Sharma’s significant other Sanjay and their two youthful children had purportedly ventured out to get a portable workstation repaired; when they came back to their home in Alkapur Colony in Puppalaguda, they discovered her dead.

The family had as of late moved to Hyderabad from the US. Sanjay apparently couldn’t get a visa augmentation in the wake of laboring for a long time in the US with the Bank of America because of the new H-1B visa rules.

They family allegedly were compelled to offer property, furniture in the US at a cost substantially less than what they would have loved.

Rashmi was from Uttar Pradesh, and was allegedly not upbeat about shifting back to India, that too not to Delhi or different parts of north India.

The police have enlisted an instance of suspicious demise and say there was no sign of any significant contrasts between the couple. They trust she may have been discouraged about moving back.

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