A 25-year-old Indian wrestler allegedly killed himself after posting a Facebook video blaming his in-laws and their landlord for abetting his suicide.

CWE Wrestling Championship player Shubham Yadav alias Rao Prithvi Singh was found dead Tuesday, July 5, in Delhi's Bindapur area.

According to local media reports, the wrestler consumed some kind of poison after posting a 59-second video citing family issues as the reason behind his death.

In the video, Singh reportedly said that his in-laws did not allow him to see his 7-month-old daughter, who was living with his wife at her home in Uttam Nagar.

The couple had an argument last week, following which Singh’s wife, Surbhi Bhatia, began living with her parents.

On Monday, Singh went to his wife’s house to meet his daughter, but his mother-in-law, brother-in-law, and the house owner refused to let him inside.

Singh stated this as the reason behind his death, reports said.

He was rushed to a nearby hospital where the doctors pronounced him dead, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Dwarka) M Harsha Vardhan said.

The police have registered a case and inquest proceedings under section 174 CrPC are under process.

The purported suicide video uploaded by the victim is also being examined, the officer said. Circumstances around the incident are being looked into, he added.

In another incident, a young Indian businessman allegedly killed himself after incurring a loss playing the online game PUBG.

Debendra Parida, was found hanging dead from a ceiling fan at his home in the Bhuasini village in the Indian state of Odisha on Monday, July 4.

Parida, a businessman man had reportedly received around Rs 3 lakh ($3783 approx.) by selling food grains. But the lure of money drove him to play the online game and eventually lose more than Rs 2 lakh ($2522 approx.), according to local media reports.

This led to a heated argument between him and his father who rebuked him for playing the game.

Unable to bear the loss and deprived of playing the game anymore, Parida allegedly hung himself on Sunday night, reports said.

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