She met his family members on Sunday and expressed her condolences on the untimely death of Chandramohan. Later, she shared the news through a tweet, supporting the education of all the three daughters until they graduate and a job to the victim’s wife Saritha at a prestigious institution.
The Chinese loan App Scam that took the precious life of Chandramohan had left a deep void in the life of Saritha a… https://t.co/nqDqGengH7
— Kavitha Kalvakuntla (@RaoKavitha) 1614497547000
Kavitha, daughter of chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, told Saritha that she can always reach out to her in case of any distress.
Chandramohan, 36, a resident of Petbasheerabad was an employee in a warehouse (godown). He had taken a loan from an instant app and committed suicide following alleged harassment by the representatives of the instant loan apps.
Earlier this month, Kavitha had responded to reports on suicide of Chandramohan and had reached out to his family members and offered to support them.
In a tweet, Kavitha said, “The Chinese loan app scam that took the life of Chandramohan had left a deep void in the life of Saritha and their daughters. Today, I met the family and extended my support to them.”