Action sought against man for digging grave for living mom

Action sought against man for digging grave for living mom
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Malappuram: The Kerala Women's Commission is mulling action against a man who dug a grave for his living mother in a bid to settle a score with her.

The woman had lodged a complaint with the commission stating that her son prepared a grave, and had put up a banner near it with a message denigrating her. The Commission has asked for an explanation from the man, who is working in a public sector company.

Commission member E M Radha has also asked the head of the public sector firm, where the man is employed, to prepare a report on whether disciplinary action should be initiated or if there is any scope to resolve the issue.

The man dug up the grave upset over his mother’s decision to give more property to her younger son. The efforts of the people’s representatives and panchayat officials to find a solution, after the complaint was received two months ago, were fruitless as the man refused to budge.

Meanwhile, the woman has informed the Commission that a new banner has been put up by his son.

The police have filed a report on the incident to the Commission.

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