The suicide of an Indian-Origin Punjabi woman in New York due to repeated domestic violence has started a global movement under the name of Justice for Mandeep. Almost every passing day a new video or sound clip goes viral in the Justice for Mandeep case and it horrifies the common people whosoever watch or listens to it. Now, a leaked called recording reportedly between Mandeep Kaur and her husband Ranjodhbeer Singh Sandhu has gone viral and netizens are shocked over the mental torture the deceased was facing. 

In the viral call recording, Sandhu can be heard continuously abusing Mandeep over a phone call. He can also be heard abusing his wife and blaming her for giving two daughters. Not only this, he also blames Mandeep that it is due to her, he does not has a son and also states he wants a son. 'Mainu kudi nahi, munda chaida', says Sandhu in the viral call recording. 

Mandeep Kaur call recording domestic violence


What is Justice for Mandeep?


For the unversed, a 30-year-old Indian-origin woman Mandeep Kaur, a resident of New York, died by suicide on 3 August, after repeated domestic abuse allegedly by her husband Ranjodhbeer Singh Sandhu for close to eight years. Notably, before choosing to end her life, Mandeep shared a video in which she narrated the ordeal of domestic abuse and violence she had been continuously facing for the past 8 years. 

Mandeep Kaur is survived by her two daughters, aged four and six, whose custody currently lies with Sandhu. While the husband and daughters are currently in Richmond Hill, New York, his family is reportedly from Uttar Pradesh's Bijnor.

In the viral video, Mandeep had said, "I am really very sad. It has been eight years. I have tried my best. I was beaten up every day. I have been suffering him and his beatings, thinking that he will improve someday. But no, he beat me up for eight years. Had extra-marital affairs. We lived there (in India) for the first two and a half years and it was hell."

Reportedly, the New York Police Department is currently investigating the case and has registered a case homicide in place of suicide. 

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