Dowry News Five lakh cash and car were not found then tried to kill the wife by giving poison know what happened next

Dowry News The sting of dowry is constantly putting the lives of married women at risk. One such case came to light in Subhash Nagar also on Saturday. According to the case registered, the husband tried to kill his wife by poisoning her after not getting five lakh cash and car.

Bareilly, Jnn. Dowry News : The sting of dowry continues to put the lives of married women at risk. One such case came to light in Subhash Nagar area also on Saturday. According to the registered case, the husband tried to kill his wife by poisoning her after not getting five lakh cash and car. After the incident, the husband along with his relatives ran away from the house. At the same time, the police registered a case of attempt to murder and started searching for the accused.

Pooja, a resident of Veerbhati Mohalla of Subhashnagar, was married to Sumit, a resident of Nekpur in the area, about two years ago. Pooja’s mother Mayadevi told that her in-laws used to beat and torture the daughter every day for the dowry. On Friday afternoon, Sumit again pressurized daughter Pooja to get five lakh rupees in cash and a car from her maternal uncle. When he expressed his inability, he along with the family members forcibly fed him poison. After this he fled from the spot along with his family members.

Survived on reaching neighbor’s house

First, due to the noise in the house and then suddenly leaving, a neighbor of the locality suspected something untoward. On reaching home, Pooja was seen in a state of unconsciousness. Information was given to the family members of Pooja. After some time Pooja’s brother Shivam reached and admitted the sister to the hospital. Here his condition is said to be critical. At the same time, the police was also informed about the incident. Subhash Nagar Inspector Naresh Kumar Kashyap said that after taking the statement of the victim, a report has been registered against Sumit as well as father-in-law Mahendra, mother-in-law Mawa and sister-in-law Preeti and started their search.

Edited By: Ravi Mishra