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Man Inserts Nails And Puts Lock on Wife’s Private Parts Over Suspected Affair

The husband, a watchman, faces charges under multiple sections of the Indian Penal Code, including those for grievous hurt, criminal intimidation, and causing hurt.

Edited By : Aniket Raj | Updated: May 19, 2024 09:30 IST
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Maharashtra: A 30-year-old Nepali man was arrested in Pimpri-Chinchwad, Maharashtra, for allegedly assaulting his 28-year-old wife. According to the police, the man pierced her private parts with a sharp blade, inserted two iron nails, and placed a brass lock there.

The incident took place on May 11 when the man, suspecting his wife of having an affair, thrashed her, tied her hands and feet with a cloak, and then used a sharp blade to cut two holes in her private parts. He inserted iron nails and secured a lock in place.

As her husband continued his brutal assault, the woman screamed for help and writhed in pain, bleeding on the floor. She was rushed to a hospital, where she is currently receiving medical treatment.

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Despite suffering severe injuries, the woman later filed a complaint at the police station. The husband is employed as a watchman, while the woman is a homemaker.

A case was registered against the accused under various sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), including Section 326 (voluntarily causing grievous hurt by dangerous weapons or means), Section 506(2) (criminal intimidation), and Section 323 (punishment for voluntarily causing hurt).

The police condemned the brutality inflicted on the woman and stated that strict action would be taken against her husband.

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First published on: May 19, 2024 09:30 AM IST

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