In a horrific episode, an 18-year-old girl allegedly bludgeoned her mother using a rod at their Ghaziabad house on 9 March. Even the 38-year-old victim succumbed to the injuries on Sunday. A complaint filed by the victim’s husband in the Kavi Nagar police station communicates his daughter along with her female teacher for his wife’s departure.
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He claimed that his daughter was at a connection along with her 35-year-old Female educator and wanted to ‘elope’ along with her.
Even the Uttar Pradesh Police have registered an FIR and reserved the girl and her teacher under Section 304 (a) (culpable homicide not amounting to murder) of IPC.
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Narrating the ordeal, the victim’s husband said: “My daughter attacked my wife with sticks and rods, which led to acute injuries to her head. My daughter fled the area and my wife was bleeding heavily when my younger daughter came from college.
My daughter wanted to run away together with her female educator. Both were at a connection because more than three months and we had listened to it. We had an altercation with her to any other motive.”
He added that his son had left her home and hurried off with her teacher about two months ago. Due to the police, she was brought home. “Her teacher is separated from her husband and is living independently. Following attacking my wife, she is absconding. I am certain that she has gone into her teacher,” he was quoted as saying by Hindustan Times. The household had ceased the Class 11 student from visiting the college as the teacher was employed at exactly the same institution.
“We have registered the FIR and also searching for the young woman and her teacher. The household has alleged the girl attacked her mother due to the connection between the 2 girls. It’s a subject matter of evaluation,” said Samarjeet Singh, station house officer, Kavi Nagar police station.
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