A husband who killed his wife because she was black.. An incident in Karnataka

An atrocity has happened in Karnataka. A husband killed his wife because she was black. Women’s groups are expressing their anger over this incident. They demand strict action against the accused.

A husband who killed his wife because she was black.. An incident in Karnataka

First Published Mar 3, 2023, 3:34 PM IST

A man killed his wife because she was black. This strange incident took place in the state of Karnataka on Wednesday and came to light late. According to the story of ‘The New Indian Express’, a man named Khaja Patel of Kelluru village in Jewargi taluk married a woman named Farzana Begum (28) from Shahapur taluk of Yadgir district seven years ago. This couple has two children.

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But Patel often tortured Farzana Begum because of her skin color. He always scolded her that no matter how much powder she put on her face, she did not get the heroine look. The victim also brought this matter to the attention of her parents. But there was no change in his behavior.

In addition to this, Patel and his family members tortured the victim by demanding more dowry, said Khurshid, a milk trader in Kellur, with The New Indian Express. In this process, the accused killed her by strangulation on Wednesday. The victim’s parents reached the spot. Khaja Patel’s family filed a complaint at Jewargi police station.

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Police reached the spot and shifted the body to Kalaburagi Hospital. After the postmortem was conducted there, the last rites were conducted in Shahapur. The deceased’s two children were taken by their parents. Meanwhile, the accused and his family are absconding. Kalaburagi Rural DSP Umesh Chikmath said that a case has been registered against the accused and the postmortem report is awaited. He said that search operations have been launched for the accused.

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Meanwhile, Janavadi Mahila Sangam (JMS) state unit vice-president Neela K said that their team will be sent to Kellur to find out the reasons behind Farzana’s death. She said that even if the victim commits suicide due to torture, that death will be treated as murder and she demanded that the Women’s Rights Commission register a Sumotoga case and investigate the incident.

Last Updated Mar 3, 2023, 3:34 PM IST

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