Fatehpur. There was a sensation in Ambi village of Hussainganj police station area on Thursday morning when information about the death of mother and daughter was received in a house. When the family members woke up in the morning, they were stunned to see the mother and daughter hanging on the noose. A crowd of neighbors gathered outside the house. The police arrived at around 8.30 am and started investigation into the incident. The reason that the police came to know in the interrogation of the villagers, it is compelling to think.
Surprised to see the view in the neighboring room: Gaya Prasad, a resident of Ambi village of Hussainganj police station area, was sleeping outside the house with his father Ramsharan Pal on Wednesday night. Inside the room his wife Asha, 39, and daughter Seema, 16, were sleeping. When Gaya Prasad woke up in the morning and went inside the room, his senses were blown away. When the neighbors came to the house after getting information, they were stunned to see the view of the room. The dead bodies of mother and daughter were hanging on the noose trapped inside the room. On the information of the villagers, the police came to the village and started investigation into the incident. In the investigation of the police, the primary reason for killing the mother and daughter came to light. At the same time, there was a discussion among the villagers after the incident.
Mother and daughter were fed up with the beating of her husband: During the interrogation of the police, the villagers told that Gaya Prasad is an alcoholic. He used to come home drunk and beat him every day. He had been beating Asha since marriage, when the daughter grew up, she also started beating her. Mother and daughter were very scared. At the same time, some villagers told the police that Gaya Prasad used to doubt Asha, due to which he used to beat her. Preliminary investigation revealed that the mother-daughter embraced death after getting fed up with the assault. Asha’s maternal uncle is in Haswa police station Thirianv and her father Mevalal has died. Asha has four sons and two daughters. 11-year-old Lovelesh, nine-year-old Lavkush, four-year-old Bhuli and three-year-old Shiv Kumar. His elder daughter Suman is married. Gaya Prasad works as a laborer.
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