What is the first image you get in mind when you hear the word Domestic Violence? Mainstream media has always published one sided stories, which make us visualise ‘man beating woman’ by default. However, realities are far from what is published or shown.
In a horrific case reported from Haryana, a woman allegedly bit off her husband’s tongue with her teeth during a fight between them. A case has been registered against the woman after her father-in-law registered an official complaint.
Karamchand (victim husband) got married to Saraswati around 10-years-ago. The couple are based out of Hisar and have two children. According to victim’s father Mayachand, all were asleep on Saturday night, when suddenly they heard Karamchand crying and shouting.
The victim’s mother rushed in to check on her son, where she saw blood oozing out from his tongue as it remained hanging. According to her, Karamchand was lying on the floor, unable to speak and also had an injury on his head. Soon the victim was rushed to a nearby hospital, where he had to undergo an operation with 15 stitches. However, Karamchand is not able to speak as yet.
On the complaint of the father-in-law Mayachand, a case has now been registered against the daughter-in-law.
If genders were reversed, you would have seen twitter feminists running hashtag campaigns against all husbands. Whereas, India does not even recognise domestic violence against men as a law.
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#Haryana: Woman Bites Off Husband's Tongue With Her Teeth; FIR Registered After Father-in-Law Lodges Complaint
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