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Jaisalmer: In-laws cut off woman’s nose, tongue


PTI, Nov 18, 2020, 4:02 PM IST

Jaisalmer: A 30-year-old widow’s in-laws allegedly cut off her nose and tongue after she refused to remarry according to their wishes, police said here on Wednesday

The incident took place on Tuesday in the area falling under the Sankra police station. The woman has been admitted to a hospital in Jodhpur for treatment.
“One of the accused–Janu Khan—has been arrested while two others have been rounded up,” Circle Officer Pokaran Motaram said. He said the woman’s relatives wanted her to marry one of their relatives, which was refused by her

Due to it, the accused cut off her nose and tongue with a sharp weapon, he said.

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