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Rajasthan Shocker: 4 Arrested for assaulting woman in Banswara, brutally thrashed by her husband

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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Jaipur: In yet another heart wrenching case came to fore from Banswara district of Rajasthan, a video of a woman tying her to a tree and brutally beating her has surfaced. Four people have been arrested in this case. The police gave this information on Saturday. According to Superintendent of Police Rajesh Kumar Meena, the woman’s husband is also included in the accused. At the same time, the BJP has surrounded the ruling Congress government regarding this incident. Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat has tweeted and said that it is meaningless to expect from this government.

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This case is of Ghatol in Banswara district. The woman was allegedly assaulted on July 25 in the district’s Khmera police station area after she was seen with some unidentified youths. According to the information, seeing the wife with her friend, the husband was shocked. He tied his wife to a tree and rained sticks fiercely. The woman was tied to a tree for 7 hours.

The video of this incident surfaced on Friday night. In the video of the incident, the accused husband is seen beating him with a stick. The woman got married only about six months ago. After this, the police identified the husband and wife at around 2 pm. After this, an FIR was taken from the woman present in the father’s house in the night itself.

Ghatol Police Officer CI Pradeep Kumar said that the woman’s husband Mahavir Katara, Jeth Kamlesh Katara, Manilal and Brijesh Ninama have been arrested in the case. At the same time, two minors have been arrested. In the case, the statement of the woman has been recorded in 161. The investigation of the case has been handed over to the ASI Rajmal of the police station.

After the video went viral on social media, BJP leaders have targeted the state government regarding law and order. Sharing the video, Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat tweeted, “The Ministry of Home Affairs of Rajasthan has given a free hand to the goons and rogues, like hungry wolves roam in the forest. It is necessary to investigate this video and give a strong message against the culprits. Action… But the expectation from this government, the guardian of wolves, is meaningless. We have to raise our voice!”

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