UP Woman Allegedly Kills 3-Year-Old Son After Fight With Husband On Holi

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Kesh Kumari had a confrontation with her husband Rakesh after he refused to take her to her parent’s home on Holi, Additional Superintendent of Police (East) Surendra Dwivedi said.

UP Woman Allegedly Kills 3-Year-Old Son After Fight With Husband On Holi

The accused stabbed her 3-year-old son and tried to commit suicide, police said. (Representational)



Pratapgarh:

Angry with her husband for refusing to take her to her parent’s home on Holi, a woman allegedly stabbed her three-year-old son to death and attempted suicide at a village, police said on Tuesday.

Kesh Kumari, a resident of Pure Baijnath village under the Antu police station area, had a confrontation with her husband Rakesh after he refused to take her to her parent’s┬áhome on Holi, Additional Superintendent of Police (East) Surendra Dwivedi said.

Early on Monday morning, she stabbed her three-year-old son and tried to commit suicide by cutting her throat with a knife while Rakesh was sleeping in other part of their under-construction home, the police officer said.

Hearing the child’s scream, their neighbours reached the spot and found him dead while the woman was in a serious condition.

Surendra Dwivedi said the family buried the child on Monday without informing the police. On getting information, police recovered the body and sent it for a post-mortem examination.

A case has been registered and further action is being taken, the ASP added.

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