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Woman Kills Her Drunkard Husband For Having Wrong Intentions Against Daughter

After her arrest, the woman told police that her husband was a drunkard and had wrong intentions against their daughter.

Woman Kills Her Drunkard Husband For Having Wrong Intentions Against Daughter
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Woman Kills Her Drunkard Husband For Having Wrong Intentions Against Daughter
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2021-01-04T07:30:05+05:30

A woman in Uttar Pradesh's Kaushambi district was arrested for allegedly thrashing her 40-year-old husband to death on Sunday for keeping a wrong intention against their daughter, police said.

 The incident took place in a village under Saini police station limits, they said.

 Superintendent of Police Abhinandan said Sunita beat her husband Suresh using a stick. He succumbed to the injuries, they said.

After her arrest, the woman told police that her husband was a drunkard and had wrong intentions against their daughter. The couple often used to fight over the issue, they said.

 The body was sent for post-mortem, the SP said.

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