Woman stabbed to death: A 26-year-old woman was stabbed to death by her husband at a market in Delhi. The incident took place on April 10 in the afternoon
Footage of the incident shows the accused Harish repeatedly stabbing his wife Nilu in Delhi’s Dudh Vihar. The man was heard screaming “Don’t dare to come forward,” as some bystanders attempted to intervene and save the woman. According to the police, the man stabbed his wife 25 times over suspicion of her having an illicit affair.
The police stated that the accused, who works in a marriage bureau, has been arrested. Other details of the case will be revealed after investigations.
In March, a man from Uttar Pradesh sewed his wife’s genitals over suspicion of adultery. The incident took place in March in Rampur. The man asked whether the woman was willing to prove her loyalty, tied her limbs together, and sewed her genitals with an aluminium thread. The woman managed to contact her mother after the attack, and she was then taken to the hospital and a police complaint was filed.
That same month, a 45-year-old man in Maharashtra allegedly murdered his wife due to her illness. The man’s neighbours became suspicious when they saw him leave the house with bloodstained clothes and informed the police. The woman was suffering from a brain tumour and her husband was unable to pay the medical bills. According to Pathari police station’s inspector Vasant Chavan, “he killed his wife after being fed up of her illness and medical treatment.”
In Bangalore, a 39-year-old woman was allegedly assaulted by her husband after she asked him to pay their son’s school fees. Over the years, the man allegedly became abusive towards his wife. After she reminded him to pay the fees, the man blamed her for their financial problems and began beating her. The woman lost consciousness and had to be taken to the hospital. The doctors at the hospital raised a medico-legal case and the police arrived to record the woman’s statement. According to the woman’s statement, her husband was charged with multiple offences.