A dreadful incident was reported from Ahmedabad, where a wife along with her children — daughter and son — killed her husband by beating him with wooden rods. The man died after a day as he was not able to sustain the gruesome injuries. Here’s the reason behind the same.
50-year-old auto rickshaw driver Veenu Parmar, was a resident of the Ambawadi area in the city who was brutally thrashed by his wife Ranjan, their daughter Hinal (19), and a 17-year-old minor son (identity withheld because he is not an adult).
The reason behind the trio murdering the man of the house was Ranjan wanted Veenu to transfer his property on her name. Eventually the children too sided the mother and started forcing the man to register the house, he owned in the Ambedkar colony, on his wife’s name.
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After getting thrashed by his family on May 5 this year, Parmar called up his elder brother Ramesh, and pleaded him, to help him rescue from his violent and abusive family. Soon the brother along with another relative, arrived at Parmar’s residence. They then took Veenu to Sola civil hospital for treatment. After receiving primary medical care in OPD, the victim returned home.
Man Found Unconscious By Nephew
Parmar’s nephew, Raju, who lives in the same locality, went to check on him on May 6. However, he found Veenu lying outside his home on the gallery in an unconscious state. He immediately called Ramesh and informed him about Parmar. They then called the 108 helpline number and asked for an ambulance. The doctors arrived in the ambulance and after examination declared Parmar dead, as reported by TOI.
Ellisbridge police registered an FIR in connection with the incident considering that the auto-rickshaw driver was beaten up by his wife and children with wooden rods that caused injuries. Inspector Apoorva Patel of Ellisbridge police informed media,
On August 18, a panel of doctors gave the postmortem report which states that the death occurred due to shock as a result of injuries sustained by the man (Veenu Parmar). After this, we have charged his wife, daughter and minor son.
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According to brother Ramesh, his brother Veenu was getting beaten up and harassed by his wife and children for nearly a decade now. He also alleged that his brother’s family were constantly forcing him to transfer the house to Ranjan’s name. Parmar’s third child is in class 7. Ramesh said the family was also harassing Veenu for not being able to earn much during pandemic. He quoted:
They were also harassing him for not earning much as his livelihood was hampered due to lockdown. They had beaten him so badly that he succumbed to the injuries later.
As a society, we are prompt to ask women in abusive relationships to leave for a better life. However, when it comes to men who suffer the most horrible times, we expect them to stay put and play their role as the provider — until they meet their fatal end like in this case. Crime and abuse have no gender. Men must speak up and take a stand before its late.
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