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Bhilwara: The husband was illiterate, running the house by labour… Wife killed by consuming poison

Nita Yadav

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Wife poisoned husband

Marriage is between two people, so it is very important that both people have mutual consent to get married. Consent is very important in marriage. Marriage can happen between two people only when they like each other. If this does not happen, there is a strange imperfection in the marriage relationship and often this imperfection makes the relationship hollow and out of this hollowness criminal tendencies are born. One such case has come to light in Rajasthan’s Bhilwara.

A shocking incident has come to light from Bhilwara, Rajasthan. In Dhoomdas village under Sadar police station area of ​​Bhilwara district, a wife poisoned her husband to death because he was less educated. The police have arrested the wife of the deceased in this matter. Bhilwara Sadar police station in-charge Ugma Ram said that Narayan Gadri, a resident of Dhoomdas village in the police station area, informed the police that his brother Madan Gadri poisoned his wife Tina to death on June 3 at 9:30 pm. The mattress.

Formation of a special team for the case

The brother of the deceased said that Madan was rushed to the hospital after consuming the poison where his condition was very bad, after which he died on June 6. The deceased was taken to Mahatma Gandhi Hospital in Bhilwara. Police say that a case has been registered. A special team was formed for this case. After this, when the investigation was done, shocking information was revealed.

The police arrested the wife of the deceased

The police have arrested the wife of the deceased, Vandana alias Tina, on the charge of murdering her husband. Giving information about the matter, the police said that both were married under the Ata-Sata system. Vandana was studying BA, while Madan was less educated. Madan was working as a laborer in a factory. Tina did not like Madan for this reason. Girls are exchanged in the ata-sata system. For example, due to the atta-sata evil tradition, a boy’s marriage is fixed to a girl, while on the girl’s side, a boy’s marriage is fixed to the bridegroom’s sister. This process is called atta-sata pratha.

The marriage took place according to the Atta-Sata tradition.

Tina’s brother had a similar wedding, he didn’t want to spoil it. Tina’s brother was happy in her marriage, but Tina had a problem with the fact that Madan was less educated than her and was a labourer. Annoyed by this, Tina fed poison to Madan. When Madan started crying in pain, people rushed him to the hospital, but he died. Now the police have arrested the accused’s wife.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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