Indian Embassy in New York expresses sorrow over Mandeep Kaurs' passing and promises to offer all support

Mandeep Kaur, 30, was tortured by her husband, reportedly for not having a son . She ended her life by hanging, but not before releasing a video chronicling the torture she suffered at the hands of her husband Ranjotveer Singh Sandhu .

New York, United States, August 7: The Indian Embassy in New York has expressed sorrow for Mandeep Kaur's death in Queens and said it is in touch with US authorities at all levels and will provide any assistance as required.Mandeep Kaur, a 30-year-old Indian-origin woman who left New York after a marriage was tortured by her husband, reportedly for not having a son before she ended her life, shocked millions in India and abroad, wrote in a tweet.Mandeep Kaur's death in Queens, New York, was the most tragic experience, the Embassy wrote.We are in contact with the US authorities, both on the federal and local levels, as well as the neighborhood.

Kaur ended her life by hanging, but not before releasing a heartbreaking video chronicling the torture she suffered at the hands of her husband Ranjotveer Singh Sandhu, which caused a sensational backlash on social media, as the Uttar Pradesh Police announced a case of suicide and domestic assault against her husband and in-laws.In an interview with the victims' mother, Kuldeep Kaur revealed the horrific circumstances of Mandeep's life on a daily basis for almost eight years since she married her mother in February 2015.Soon after, they moved to New York, where he started torturing her.According to Kuldeep Kaur, he wanted a son and Rs 50 lakh in dowry.

According to a police official, a case was recorded in Najibabad Police Station of Bijnor District on August 5 at 6:33 p.m. under sections 306 (Abetment of suicide), 498-A (Domestic violence), 323 (Punishment for voluntarily causing pain), 342 (Punishment for wrongful confinement) and the Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961.Jaspal Singh, the father of Mandeep Kaur, lodged the complaint, in which he accused Mukhtar Singh, the father of Ranjotveer Singh Sandhu, Kuldeep Raj Kaur, mother of Ranjotveer Singh Sandhu, and Jasveer Singh, brother of Ranjotveer Singh Sandhu, for the suicide.After the incident was revealed, a video of the girl being beaten up went viral on the internet.She is survived by her two daughters, aged four and six, whose custody currently lies with Sandhu.

She said she worked hard for 8 years and that one day everything would be fine.In an ecstasy state, she charged her husband with extramarital affairs and daily assaults.Mandeep became a bumbling and sighing woman as she confessed to being bullied anymore right before she committed suicide.Mandeep also released a video narrated about her miserable existence, blaming her husband's bullying.

Since seeing pictures in her ill-fated wedding album, the family members of the deceased in Bijnore now remembrance their daughter.