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Woman cuts off husband’s penis after he planned to get married again

/ 03:58 PM June 29, 2021
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A woman in Uttar Pradesh, India had cut off her husband’s private part after he ignored her pleas for him to not get married to a third wife.

Maulvi Vakil Ahmad, a 57-year-old cleric in the city of Muzaffarnagar, died after being castrated by his second wife Hazra last Thursday, June 24, as per Press Trust of India via India Today on Saturday, June 26.

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Hazra told police that she and Ahmad got into a heated argument after he expressed intent of having a third marriage. She cut off Ahmad’s penis with a kitchen knife while he was sleeping later that night, and the cleric reportedly “bled to death” after the incident.

She attempted to perform her husband’s last rites with the help of some relatives. However, one of Ahmad’s neighbors grew suspicious of Hazra, prompting them to alert authorities.

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Hazra underwent questioning by officers and later admitted to committing the crime, the report said.

Ahmad’s body will go through a post mortem examination, as per authorities. Meanwhile, a case has been filed against Hazra at a local police station. Dana Cruz/JB

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