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Rajasthan Bhilwara Women Beaten Up In Laws Hair Chopped Called Witch

Rajasthan: A heart-wrenching incident has come to the fore in Bhilwara, Rajasthan. Right here on Friday (June 30), the in-laws crossed all limits of brutality with the daughter-in-law by calling her a witch. The in-laws burned the lady’s physique with sizzling rods, broke her enamel and even reduce her hair. This matter got here to mild when the sufferer’s father reached the police station and instructed the entire incident. Police has began the investigation of the matter.

What’s the entire matter?

The sufferer’s father mentioned within the grievance that within the 12 months 2021, in line with his standing, he had married his daughter in a village in Ajmer district. After just a few days of the wedding, the daughter’s in-laws began harassing her. Not solely this, ladies have been additionally crushed up. The in-laws didn’t even ship the lady to her maternal residence and used to name her a witch. After one 12 months of marriage, the lady additionally gave beginning to a son.

In accordance with the sufferer’s father, on the time of daughter’s marriage, he had given many issues from cooler, TV to gold and silver ornaments. Regardless of this, her daughter was harassed quite a bit in her in-laws home and she or he was crushed up by calling her a witch.

girl present process therapy in hospital

When the lady’s father got here to know that his daughter was being handled like this, the daddy together with the individuals of the society reached the daughter’s in-laws home and noticed that the situation of the lady was very unhealthy. Then the sufferer was admitted to the hospital. The therapy of the lady is now occurring at Jahazpur Hospital. After this entire incident, the police have registered the case and are engaged within the investigation.

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