Shocking! Woman tries to strangle mother-in-law in UP, caught on CCTV
In a shocking incident, a woman has been caught assaulting and trying to strangle her 70-year-old bed ridden mother-in-law to death in Uttar Pradesh.
Bijnor: In a shocking incident, a woman has been caught assaulting and trying to strangle her 70-year-old bed ridden mother-in-law to death in Uttar Pradesh.
The video, captured on January 5, shows the woman, Sangeeta Jain brutally assaulting 70-year-old Rajrani Jain, with a brick and trying to strangle her with a rope. The incident took place in Bijnor district of Uttar Pradesh.
The video was uploaded by social activist Kundan Srivastava on his Facebook page and was supported by an appeal to Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav to take action against the woman.
"My daughter in-law attacked me brutally. That day she came from kitchen and started slapping me. She almost strangled me to death. She even hit my head with brick. I don't know why she did this. I never interfered in anything happening in the family," told the victimized mother in-law.
Sangeeta's husband Sandip Kumar Jain informed that he installed CTV camera in their home to catch her wife red-handed as she had been troubling his parents for quite some time.
"This has been happening for quite some time now. She used to assault and abuse my parents very often. I complained about her but no one used to listen to me. Then after waiting for two years, I installed a CCTV camera expecting that she will fix her ways, but she didn't. That day she crossed all the limits. I installed the camera to unmask her since the law is on the woman's side when these types of cases are concerned," said Sandip.
"We have registered a case under section 307 of IPC against the woman. Investigation is underway," Subhash Singh Baghel, SP said. Reportedly, the woman had earlier filed a false case on marital rape against her husband, who is currently in police custody.
On the other hand, Sangeeta has claimed that the video is fake and she is being framed by husband and in-laws.