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In-laws held for poisoning woman
TNN | Dec 8, 2017
BHOPAL: A 20-year-old woman was forced to consume insecticide by her inlaws after she had a dispute with them over her husband’s second marriage.
The incident took place in Khajuri locality late on Tuesday night. The woman’s father-in-law along with his wife took her 9-month-old daughter and locked her in a room after forcing her to consume the insecticide. She was spotted by her brother on Wednesday morning and was rushed to a hospital where she is undergoing treatment.
Cops registered a case on charges of attempt to murder against the accused couple and arrested them on Thursday. Investigation officer SI Rajan Ahirwar said that the woman, identified as Kavita, wife of Virendra Mewada, is a resident of Rasudia Ghat village in Khajuri in her complaint stated that she hails from Jhagaria village. She was married to Virendra, who works in a private bank in Bhopal, in the year 2014.
In her statements before the magistrate, Kavita said that her husband lives in Bhopal and visited his village rarely. She lives with her father-in-law Kishanlal and mother in-law Radha Bai and has a baby daughter. A few days back she came to know that Virendra has married another woman and lives with her in Bhopal. She decided to discuss the matter with Kishanlal on Tuesday. When she told him that Virendra lives with another woman and asked why they kept it a secret, Kishanlal got enraged. He threatened her by saying that since she has come to know about it, he will be killing her.
He along with Radha Bai overpowered her and forced her to consume insecticide. When she fell unconscious, the accused took away her daughter and locked her in a room and left the house. However, Kavita’s brother Anil found her lying unconscious in her room and rushed her to a hospital. The doctors struggled to keep her alive but now her condition is stable. Ahirwar said that based on the information, Kishanlal and Radha Bai were arrested. However, they alleged that Kavita herself consumed the poison.