Kozhikode: A four months pregnant woman was allegedly assaulted by six people, including a CPM functionary, over a land dispute following which she had to undergo an abortion in Kozhikode, police said on Thursday.
While the incident occurred 18 days ago, it came to light after Jyotsna and her husband sat on a dharna in front of the Kodancherry police station on Wednesday, demanding an action against the criminals. Thampy Thettalil, CPM's Kallantharamedu branch secretary, Joy aka Kuttan, Saithalavi, Renjith Vadakkedathu, Benoy Keezhakath and Sarasamma aka Kuttyamma are the arrested. Earlier, police had arrested one accused involved in the case.
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The assault, which followed a scuffle between the woman's husband and neighbours at Kodenchery village, took place on January 28.
"When I tried to intervene they attacked me and kicked me in the stomach. Though I was rushed to the Medical College, I lost my child", said Jyotsana. Her husband and got into a tussle with the accused men over an alleged land dispute. Prajeesh was forced to demolish his boundary wall following the orders of the surveyor. My husband works in Kochi and so, the situation was hard for my kids and I.
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"I called the police but they said they don't have vehicle to come", the woman told India Today.
A case has been registered in Kodanjery police station under IPC Section 143 (Member of an unlawful assembly), 147 (Punishment for rioting), 447 (Punishment for criminal trespass), 341 (Punishment for wrongful restraint), 323 (Punishment for voluntarily causing hurt), 324 (Voluntarily causing hurt by risky weapons ), 316 (Causing death of quick unborn child by act amounting to culpable homicide) and 149 (Every member of unlawful assembly guilty of offence committed in prosecution of common object). The last two charges are non-bailable.
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