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A Woman in ‘Patiala’ Beaten By Brother-In-Law For Dowry And For Giving Birth To A Girl Child!

India is still behind in case of developments. Still, there are peoples who don’t understand the gender equality and even today woman is not safe in India even in their own house. There are many cases which we have discussed earlier and today, unfortunately, we are going to discuss on the same.

We have got a video of a 35-year-old woman who is beaten up by her brother-in-law and his friends. This incident happened in Punjab, Patiala. The woman was hit because she registered a dowry and domestic violence complaint against her in-laws. The video went viral on the Internet on Friday.

Watch the video Here:

Meena Kashyap allegedly beaten up by her in-laws with hockey sticks for giving birth to a girl child and dowry demands.

The women is named as Meena Kashyap, professed that her in-laws used to hit her and was demanding a dowry of Rs. Seven Lakh. As per the reports she was married to Daljeet Singh and has given birth to a baby girl whom they refused to accept.

Meena registered a complaint on dowry demand and violence in April 2017 at Kotwali Police station. Meena said that last week she met Punjab director general of police Suresh Arora as there was no action taken against her complaint. The officer asked police AS Rai to look into the matter.

Woman beaten in patiala


After her in-laws got to know about the complaint, on 13th July, her brother-in-law and his friends hit her with hockey sticks.

The report says that, FIR has been lodged against her husband Daljit Singh, brother Kamaljeet and his friend Gaurav under sections 454 (house trespass), 323 (punishment for voluntarily causing hurt), 341 (punishment for wrongful restraint), 506 (criminal intimidation, 120-B criminal conspiracy), 34 (acts done by several persons in furtherance of common intention) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).

Surinder Bhalla the Kotwali station house officer said that we are waiting for the medical reports of Meena then strict action will be taken under IPC.

News & Image Source: ANI

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