Due to an ongoing domestic dispute in a family from Bhatinda in Punjab, a daughter-in-law attacked her father-in-law with a sharp weapon and severely injured him. On receiving information about the man being seriously injured, members of the Youth Welfare Society rushed the victim to the Civil Hospital.
The daughter-in-law attacked her 52-year-old father-in-law, identified as Raghuveer Kumar, and injured his head with a sharp weapon. The condition of the victim became extremely critical since he had been attacked multiple times by the woman. The cops are taking further action in the matter.
A spokesperson of the NGO said that the daughter-in-law attacked her father-in-law due to a domestic quarrel. When the police investigated the matter, they learnt that there had been unrest amongst the family members since few days now.
However, on Tuesday, the accused and the victim had a heated argument which resulted in this brutal incident.
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Last year, in another story, a woman from Kharar district of Punjab identified as Sandeep Kaur brutally assaulted her mother-in-law, identified as Surjit Kaur in a fit of revenge as the in-laws had evicted her from their house.
Until 2016, the quarrels had become normal for the family. However, when Surjit’s husband (father-in-law) decided to evict Sandeep (daughter-in-law) from their home, the fights went out of control.
On February 21, 2020, Sandeep attacked Surjit and left the home. The victim somehow had managed to call her son Vikram who rushed her to a hospital. This was not the first time the woman had physically attacked her mother-in-law. A similar incident had also occurred in March 2017. The cops later registered a case against the woman.
As per latest Supreme Court order, in-laws cannot use senior citizens act, to evict daughter-in-law from her matrimonial home (Read last article below).
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