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Kanpur: Already 2 daughters, 8 months pregnant wife…husband kills her by giving abortion pills.

Nita Yadav

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A woman bank manager living in Kalyanpur area of ​​Kanpur has died in Bathinda, Punjab. On June 4, the husband called and informed the family of the deceased that her condition was critical. After that the family members who reached Bathinda from Kanpur laid serious charges against the husband and alleged that he forced her to have an abortion and killed her by giving her abortion pills. The family members of the deceased alleged that recently there was a fight between their daughter and son-in-law over their third child.

The deceased was 8 months pregnant and the husband forced her to get an abortion by getting the baby’s gender checked as it was a daughter, but when the wife refused, he force-fed her a large quantity of abortion pills, resulting in the death of the mother and both the children. After the death, the family members of the deceased took their daughter’s body to Kanpur. The family members of the deceased alleged that the husband constantly pressured his wife to bear a son as he already had two daughters, but on learning that there was a daughter in the womb, he tried to forcefully kill the wife. Get an abortion.

The mother of the deceased made serious allegations against her son-in-law

Geeta, mother of deceased Sapna Gautam, said that 10 years ago, she married her daughter to HPCL engineer Shamsher Singh, who lives in Ratanlal Nagar. His daughter was a branch manager at Bank of Baroda in Bathinda. Since Shamsher’s posting was in Bathinda, the daughter also accepted the transfer. After this they had two daughters, but when Sapna became pregnant for the third time against her will, her husband forced her to undergo a check-up in the 8th month and forced her to have an abortion after having a daughter, but when Sapna refused, he secretly got her examined by a doctor. , forcibly administered an abortion drug.

On June 4, she learned that her daughter was unwell, after which when she reached Bathinda with her family, she learned that both mother and child had died. Mother Geeta said that her son-in-law Shamsher had forced her to take 10 lakh rupees in the name of meeting the expenses of her two daughters. In this whole matter, the family of the deceased filed a complaint at the Govind Nagar Police Station in Kanpur and requested for a post-mortem of the dead body, on the basis of which the Kanpur Police conducted the post-mortem.

The police station in-charge gave the information

Police station in-charge Govind Prashant Mishra says that further action will be taken based on the post-mortem report. The family has alleged that the mother and child died due to excessive bleeding during premature delivery due to consumption of abortion drugs. Apart from this, in the complaint, she has seriously accused her husband not only of dowry but also of gender testing. Apart from this, forced and fraudulent giving of abortion medicine has also been mentioned.

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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