A 72-year-old Indian father shot himself dead after leaving behind a suicide note blaming his son for the extreme step.

The elderly man, identified as Mod Singh was found dead inside his home in the Rama village of Jalore, Rajasthan on Monday evening, April 4.

Before his death, Singh posted a video on his social media in which he spoke about his relations with his son, Identified only as Shakti. The father reportedly said he was upset over his son’s behavior.

The police have also recovered a suicide note from the scene, in which Singh wrote that no parent deserves a child like his son, according to local media reports.

"A child who does not belong to his father does not belong to anyone," the note read, India Today reported.

The father further added that his last rites should not be performed by his son, but by his grandson, Ranidan Singh.

"Till 2018, he used to give us Rs 3,000 a month for expenses. Then he started demanding that we give him our property and money. But we have neither land nor money. I want him to get punished", Singh wrote in the note.

"Our daughter-in-law has no direct cooperation in this. If you take care of your mother-in-law, it is fine, otherwise, you will be in worse condition than us", the note further read.

Police are investigating the video in which the deceased accused his son of torturing him. Police have registered a case and further investigation is underway.

Based on the video and the suicide note, Shakti has been booked under Section 306 (abetment to suicide), Bhadrajun police station officer Pratap Singh told the outlet.

In a similar incident, a 35-year-old father allegedly killed himself along with their 11-year-old daughter after blaming a police officer of haarrassment in his suicide note

Vikas Kedare and his daughter, Arya were found hanging dead from the ceiling of their home in the Asangaon area of Maharashtra's Thane district, India, on Tuesday, March 15,

Kedar was recently released on bail after being accused of abetting his wife’s suicide.

Hours before the tragedy, Kedare posted a two-page suicide note on his Facebook, blaming police sub-inspector R S Shirsagar from Shahapur police station for the extreme step.

After Vikas' arrest, Shirsagar illegally kept two of his laptops and did not show them on record. When Vikas asked for them as they belonged to his company, Shirsagar started demanding money," said the victim’s family friend, Shivaji Ragade.

"Vikas has mentioned his trauma at the hands of Shirsagar and we want strict action against him or he will harass others in future," he said.

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