A 30-year-old woman was openly kicked and beaten by 8 people in a village located in Alot of Ratlam district. In the video, the woman is seen crying with her head soaked in blood. The woman had separated from her husband and was staying with another man for the last few months, the police said
Ratlam: In yet another shocking incident came to fore from Madhya Pradesh where a 30-year-old woman was tied to a tree and brutally thrashed, allegedly by her husband and in-laws in Ratlam over a love affair with another man. The accused husband and others even tied her to a tree with a rope and attacked her with an axe.
In the video, the woman is seen crying with her head soaked in blood. The woman had separated from her husband and was staying with another man for the last few months, the police said
Her husband and in-laws urged her to come back, which she refused. Later, they locked up their house and shifted to another place. The woman came back to the village and started living at her husband’s vacant house.
The villagers informed her husband and in-laws about her return, following which they came back to the village and brutally thrashed her.
On the complaint of the woman, the police have registered an FIR against eight persons including Vishnu, son of Mangu, his brother Mukesh, Dinesh, Mohan, son of Ganpath, Jagdish, son of Lallu, Narayan, son of Ratanlal, Thanu Lal, son of Chandra, Kamal, son of Uday Singh under Section 326 (voluntarily causing grievous hurt by dangerous weapons), 342 (wrongful confinement), 294 (obscene act in any public place), 506 (criminal intimidation) and 34 (acts done by several persons in furtherance of common intention) of Indian Penal Code. According to the police, the woman was living with another person.
Eight people, including her husband, paraded her through the village. They then tied the woman to the tree and thrashed her with sticks, officials said.
She was rescued by police officials and shifted to a hospital for treatment. A case has been registered against her husband and seven other people, officials said, adding that investigation is on.