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Madhya Pradesh: Hindu Woman loses vision in one eye after Ayan Pathan put chillies in her eyes during torture, culprit’s illegal construction demolished

“Madhya Pradesh: Woman loses vision in one eye after Ayan Pathan put chillies in her eyes during torture, culprit’s illegal construction demolished”, Opindia, April 21, 2024:

“The 23-year-old Hindu woman who was assaulted, raped and tortured by 24-year-old Ayan Pathan in Guna, Madhya Pradesh has lost sight in one eye while the second one now has low vision because he threw chillies in her eyes. Police have also recovered a belt and Fevikwik glue tube from the room. She was taken to the hospital and her mother has stated that the accused should be held accountable for every single injury.

The victim was in a relationship with him and he was pressuring her to sign the house over to him. He had brutally tormented her and rubbed chillis to her wounds after assaulting her with a belt. The pepper in her eyes had caused her immense suffering and she has been referred to Gwalior for further treatment from Guna District Hospital. The police have also recorded her statements in court under section 164.

While talking to the media, the girl revealed that the perpetrator had severely beaten her three to four days ago and regularly thrashed her. He struck her in the eye with the handle of a broom and hit the same spot with a stone. She disclosed that he repeatedly molested her for at least one month…..”

Read the full article at Opindia.com

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