Shocking! Husband parades woman naked in Rajasthan, police denies

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Jaipur, Nov 17: A woman has been paraded naked in Rajasthan's Sikar district by her husband following an argument in their house, eyewitnesses said Monday.

Only a few days back, another woman was paraded naked on a donkey in Rajasthan's Rajsamand district by a kangaroo village court.

Woman paraded naked in Rajasthan
The woman was paraded naked in Kankara village in Sikar, over 115 km from Jaipur, and a piece of cloth was stuffed in her mouth. She fainted after the incident, the eyewitnesses said.

Her husband threw her out of their house on Sunday afternoon after a heated argument, the eyewitnesses said.

However, police have denied that she was paraded naked in the village.

Police said the 42-year-old-woman was thrown out of the house in a half-naked state. She has three children.

"We have been given this (above mentioned) version by their (couple) 10-year-old daughter. We do not have reasons to disbelief her. We have arrested the husband," Superintendent of Police Ravi told IANS Monday.

Police said the man often beat his wife in a drunken state. After an altercation, he threw her out of the house in a half naked condition. When villagers tried to stop him, he threatened them too, police said.

"We came to know about the incident on Sunday night after which an FIR has been filed against the husband," said a police official from Danta Ramgarh.

Earlier in July, a middle-aged woman, who was stripped and assaulted in public for allegedly kidnapping two men in Patna.

Sangita Devi, in her 40s, was stripped and assaulted Wednesday night for allegedly kidnapping two men who were involved in a land deal with her in Nizamuddinpur village, 50 km from Patna, in Jehanabad district.

The bodies of the two men were found near Sigouri in Patna, police said. Officials said some people barged into the woman's house and forced her out.

They vandalised her house and then stripped and beat her up in the presence of other villagers.

IANS

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