Agra woman ties husband to bed, administers electric shocks after phone argument

The woman who tied her husband to a bed and administered electric shocks allegedly also assaulted her son when he attempted to save his father.

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In a shocking incident in Agra, a woman allegedly tied her husband to a bed and administered electric shocks after he took away her phone. The woman's 14-year-old son, who tried to intervene, was also reportedly beaten. The husband is now receiving medical treatment for his injuries.

Disturbing Allegations

Pradeep Singh, who married Baby Yadav in 2007, filed a complaint detailing the events. Singh stated that he had observed his wife frequently speaking with someone on her phone, which raised his suspicions. He sought advice from her family, who suggested he confiscate her phone. Following their advice, Singh took the phone away. In retaliation, Yadav allegedly sedated him, tied him to a bed, and subjected him to severe physical abuse, including electric shocks.

Husband's Statement

"My wife used to talk to someone every day on her mobile phone. I objected to it and informed her family. At their request, I took her mobile phone. This made her angry, and she threatened to kill me and my son. On the night of May 18, she sedated me and subjected me to brutal torture. She repeatedly struck me with a cricket bat, causing severe injuries on my head and body. She also gave me electric shocks. When my son attempted to intervene and save me, she assaulted him as well,” Singh recounted in his statement.

Police Response

Anil Kumar, the Station House Officer (SHO) of Kishni police station, confirmed that a case has been registered against Baby Yadav. "A case under IPC sections 307 (attempt to murder), 328 (causing hurt by means of poison, etc., with intent to commit an offence), and 506 (criminal intimidation) has been registered against the accused woman, who is currently on the run,” the SHO stated.

The police are actively searching for Yadav, who fled following the incident. Meanwhile, the community is left grappling with the disturbing details of the case, highlighting issues of domestic violence and the urgent need for intervention.

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