In a shocking case reported from Madhya Pradesh, a woman eloped with her close relative after administering poison to nine members of her family. The incident took place under Barason police station limits in the Bhind district the state on Saturday night.
Nearly 9 family members, including the woman’s children, husband, brother-in-law, were reported to be admitted in critical condition at the district hospital and were later shifted to Jaya Arogya hospital in Gwalior.
The woman was made to marry Chotu Khan, her husband’s younger brother after he died of a road accident years ago. However, she was in a romantic relationship with Chotu’s brother-in-law, Lokhan Khan. The situation led to frequent feud in the family. On Saturday, the woman planned to elope with Lohkan after offering poisonous food to her in-laws and children.
The 36-year-old woman’s two children, husband, father-in-law, mother-in-law, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, were rushed to the district hospital after they fell ill.
However, Barason thana in-charge, Surjit Singh earlier said, no FIR had been lodged as the matter was under investigation.
Complainant husband also said that the accused woman was absconding with their 6-month-old son and that he was worried for his child’s safety. The husband questioned,
If she can attempt to murder 9 family members, how will she take care of six month old child?
As reported by TOI, the woman and her paramour have now been booked and samples of food have been sent for forensic testing.
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