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Wednesday, 24 July 2024 10.57 PM IST

Suffered hearing impairment due to torture; newlywed bride brutally assaulted by husband on sixth day after marriage

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MALAPPURAM: It has been alleged that a newlywed bride was brutally tortured by her husband just a few days after their marriage. The incident took place in Vengara in Malappuram. The complaint was lodged against Vengara native Muhammad Fayis. In her complaint, the woman alleged that Fayis started brutally assaulting her using a mobile charger and with his hands on the sixth day after marriage. She also said that suffered hearing impairment and several injuries due to the beating.

According to the complainant, Fayis assaulted her out of suspicion. He also demanded more money and gold as dowry. He even threatened to circulate her private pictures on the internet if she revealed the torture to anyone. The bride's mother told the media that Fayis even attempted to murder her daughter by smothering her with a pillow. The two got married on May 2, 2024.

Unable to bear the physical and mental torture, the woman returned to her home on May 22. Although she lodged a complaint with the police on May 23, the police have not yet arrested Fayis. Fayis is the first accused in the case, while his father and mother are the second and third accused respectively. The Vengara police are currently conducting a probe into the case registered at the Malappuram Women police station. Meanwhile, the woman has approached the High Court seeking action against the accused.

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TAGS: CRIME, BRUTALLY TORTURED, BRIDE BRUTALLY TORTURED, HUSBAND BRUTALLY TORTURES WIFE, MALAPPURAM, CASEDIARY, DOMESTIC ABUSE, DOWRY HARASSMENT
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