Woman doctor cuts off her boyfriend’s private part, flush it out in the bathroom

Recently, a shocking incident has come to light where a lady doctor cut off her lover’s private part and flushed. This incident has become a topic of discussion in Chhapra, Bihar. The news of this incident shocked everyone. The police are investigating the matter.

According to online sources, ” She claimed that she had been in love with Ved Prakash for a year and that she always had physical relations with him, but that he would always make excuses about marriage. On Monday morning at around 11 o’clock, there was a marriage dispute, so I cut off his private part with a knife and flushed it in the washroom.”

Enraged by this incident, both of them met where they argued. The woman, who runs a nursing home, rendered the young man unconscious and then cut off his private part. Upon receiving information about the incident, the police immediately arrived at the scene. They recovered the knife used in the attack and took the woman into custody. Medical treatment is being provided to the injured man.

This incident is very shocking in itself and raises many questions in front of society. The news of this case is going viral on social media, seeing which users are sharing many types of reactions. People are condemning this incident and calling it a cruel step. At the same time, some people are also trying to understand the aggression of the doctor.

A user writes, “If someone throws acid on a girl’s face, then that thing is considered wrong in public. Everyone objects and now when this boy’s entire life is ruined, everyone is laughing. What kind of a country is ours.” Whoever commits a crime, be it a boy or a girl, must be punished.”

The incident serves as a stark reminder of the importance of addressing grievances through legal means and seeking help from authorities rather than resorting to such extreme measures. As discussions continue online and offline, it underscores the need for societal reflection on issues of relationships, consent, and the consequences of unchecked emotions.

Sweta Dagar is an avid reader and writer. She hails from Bulandshahr (U.P) where she completed her formap education. She loves exploring varieties of topics that shape the public opinion at large. If you have any queries, feel free to contact her at [email protected].