Shocking news from MP - a pregnant women was beaten with stick in the procession

Shocking news from MP - a pregnant women was beaten with stick in the procession
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A case of misconduct with a 5-month pregnant has come to light in Guna, Madhya Pradesh. The woman's husband left her to another young man. An angry woman's in-laws took out a procession. A child was seated on the woman's shoulder and walked 3 km barefoot on a bumpy path. Along the way, he beat the woman with sticks and beat him with stones.

 The incident in the police record is of February 9, but its video went viral on Monday i.e. February 15. The police did not show seriousness in the case. Accused father-in-law, Jeth and Dewar were released on bail only after registering a case of assault. The woman was a resident of Banskhedi village of Guna. She told that two months ago, husband Sitaram left me at Demai's house in Sangai village and moved to Indore. On leaving, he said - 'I can not keep you now, you stay with Dema.' On February 6, my father-in-law Gunjaria Varela, Jeth Kumar Singh, KP Singh and Ratan came and asked them to go home.

 'I refused, then started beating me. A boy from the village sat on my shoulder and took me 3 feet barefoot from Sangai to Banskhedi in-laws. I have a five-month pregnancy in my stomach. Still the father-in-law and the elder brother kept dragging me. Poles, stones, cricket bats kept hitting him in the feet. During this, the husband also received a call. He most requested me to leave, but no one listened. 'Police filed a case against the accused under sections 294 (abusing), section 323 (pushing, slapping), section 506 (threatening to kill) Have done All streams are guaranteed. These can carry sentences ranging from three months to two years. Guna SP Rajiv Kumar Mishra said that this incident happened before I took office. In this case, strict currents will be imposed.