A woman was filmed receiving lashes from her husband after it was learned that she had eloped with her lover.
Moreover the incident is believed to have occurred on March 10 in Bulandshahr district on Uttar Pradesh, it came to light after the video went viral on social media. Footage of the grim punishment was posted online and spread quickly, which then led to the arrest of the woman's husband, Shaudan, and his son, Shravansinh. Stone can be seen in the video striking the man. The woman was heard groaning and screaming after each hit.
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The missing woman's family has issued public pleas for her to return home for the sake of her three boys, ages 9, 13 and 18, and the rest of her loved ones, as reported by the Longmont Times-Call. When she regained consciousness, the men reportedly asked the woman not to tell the police before fleeing the scene. She says the baby's ashes are the most important thing to her and the "only thing I have left".
The woman was badly injured and filed a complaint against her husband a week after the beating.
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She was subject to the assault after her husband forcibly brought her back from another village.
"We have started a hunt for other accused. In order to teach her a lesson the panchayat took this step".
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