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Shocking! Bengaluru man burns his wife's private parts with a hot iron
In an inhumane act, a Bengaluru man allegedly burnt his wife's private parts with a hot iron box after she threatened to divorce him.

The accused has been identified as Dilip Kumar (28) by the Banaswadi police, who has been booked under section 326 of the IPC (voluntarily causing hurt) and sent to judicial custody by a local court in connection with the incident.

According to the report, the couple has two children from their six years of marriage. Kumar, who works in an interior decoration firm, used to torture and physically assault his wife over petty issues, as he was a habitual alcoholic.

Talking about the incident which took place late on Sunday night at the couple's residence in Janakiram Layout, Lingarajapuram, a police officer said, "Dilip, who was already suspecting his wife's fidelity, declared he would never leave her or allow her to marry another man." 

The officer further added, "Dilip then switched on the iron and after about 10 minutes, he rushed towards his wife and pressed the iron box on her private parts. She screamed for help, alerting the neighbours who managed to rescue her."

After this barbaric incident, the victim was shifted to Dr BR Ambedkar Hospital for treatment where she told her parents that Dileep had been assaulting her since a long time.

"My husband has been selling valuables to buy alcohol. A few months ago, he wanted my jewels. I refused and shifted them to my parental home. Then he started beating me, saying I should hand them over to him," she told the Bengaluru cops.

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