On Camera, Boyfriend Beats Madhya Pradesh Woman After She Refused To Marry

The police, based on the viral video, have registered a case against the man.


In a shocking incident in Madhya Pradesh’s Rewa district, a 24-year-old man was filmed brutally assaulting a 19-year-old woman for allegedly refusing to marry him. A viral video of the heart attack showed the couple walking hand in hand, when suddenly the man slaps her, grabs her hair and knocks her to the ground. Then he mercilessly kicks him with full force in the face and all over his body. The woman appears unconscious from the attack, and the man tried to hold her on her feet while ordering the friend who was recording the video to delete the footage. The woman was seen lying unconscious on the side of the road for hours.

The painful video was shot on Wednesday in Mauganj area of ​​Rewa. Police registered a case against the two men under various sections of the law, including the IT Act, and have arrested the accused, Pankaj Tripathi, and the man who was recording the video. Pankaj Tripathi was nabbed from Mirzapur in Uttar Pradesh after being on the run for days. Police are now questioning the two men.

Pankaj is said to have angered the woman when she refused to marry him as her family did not approve.

Locals found the woman unconscious on the side of the road and informed the police, who took her to the hospital for treatment and registered a case.

Rewa Additional Superintendent of Police Anil Sonkar said the man is a resident of Dhera village in Mauganj, while the girl is from another village.

“There was an argument between the two about something, and the man beat the woman. The bystanders informed the police, after which we reached the spot and took the young couple away. After that, the woman was sent home for treatment in the hospital,” said Mr. Sonkar, and he added that the woman’s mother, who arrived at the police station, did not take any action.

The police, based on the viral video, have registered a case against the man.

The victim lodged a complaint against the person who filmed and circulated the video, and a case has been registered under the Information Technology (IT) Act.

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