After domestic violence, wife kills husband with kitchen appliances

A shocking incident has recently emerged in Uttarakhand. A wife killed her husband due to daily familial disputes. Upon receiving the information, the police arrived at the scene, sent the body for a post-mortem, and arrested the accused wife. The investigation is ongoing. The incident has caused a stir in the area.

Shankar Singh, the father of the deceased, disclosed in the complaint that his daughter-in-law was having an affair with a boy in her maternal home. She often talked to that boy on the phone. Due to this there used to be disputes between the two. That day also there was a dispute between them over a conversation on mobile phones. My daughter-in-law has murdered my son because of her lover.

The deceased’s wife Rekha said that her husband was a drug addict and he used to beat her every day. “The same day, he threw me on the bed and used the kitchen appliances to hit me. Then I snatched the pan and dropped it, and after hitting it 3-4 times, I lay down, but later when I woke up, I saw a lot of blood coming out of his head and called my father-in-law, by then my husband had died.” She said.

After getting information about the incident, Bajpur Kotwali took the body of deceased Chandra Prakash into custody, filled Panchnama, and sent it for post-mortem. On the other hand, based on the complaint of the deceased’s father, a case has been registered against the wife of the deceased and she has been arrested. The police are talking about prosecuting the accused wife in court. The police have also recovered the pan used in the incident.

This incident has spread sensation in the area. Local people say that this incident is extremely sad and shocking. He said that there were frequent fights between the deceased and his wife, but no one had imagined that this dispute would take the form of such a big incident. The emergence of such incidents due to domestic violence and disputes is a matter of serious concern for society.

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