While the world is grappling with the deadly Corona Virus, in a shocking incident reported from Andhra Pradesh, a mother killed her two children after throwing them in a water tank following a fight with her husband on Saturday.
Chandarlapadu Police Station Sub Inspector Mani Kumar told news agency ANI,
Kota Jenita, aged 24 years, is a resident of Muppalla village in Chandarlapadu Mandal, Krishna district. She used to live with her husband Ajay Kumar. This morning she had a quarrel with her husband on some petty domestic issues. As he left the house, Jenita threw her two children in a water tank.
The incident reportedly took place at approximately 10am over the weekend. The children were aged two and a half years and three months respectively. Unable to breathe, both the children died. Police are waiting for the medical reports. Once the report comes, FIR will be registered and the case will be investigated.
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In another case reported from Hyderabad last year, a woman along with her paramour murdered her eight-year-old physically challenged son, because he was allegedly an obstacle in her love affair.
The 35-year-old monster mother, along with her 40-year-old lover, thrashed and later strangled her son to death.
In another horrifying incident which was reported from Hyderabad in 2016, Rajini Chutke, 41, suspected that her husband, Vinay was sexually abusing her elder daughter. However, Rajini did not confess her fears to anyone even once. Neither did she confront her husband nor even register a police complaint. Instead, the mother chose to kill her two children.
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Vinay categorically refuted his wife’s allegations and said that he had told the police that he thought his wife was suffering from depression.
Certain incidents like these will shock us, but that doesn’t mean we paint all mothers with the same brush. In a similar manner, #MenToo can be monsters or absolute gentlemen. However, the society jumps on every opportunity to call them #Trash after a case in isolation is reported.
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