Assault Incident in Madhya Pradesh: Man Attacks Sister-in-law Over BJP Vote

In a disturbing incident in Sehore district, Madhya Pradesh, a man allegedly assaulted his sister-in-law for voting for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) during the state assembly elections. The victim filed a complaint, and an FIR (First Information Report) has been registered regarding the incident.

The assault took place in Barkheda Hasan village on December 4, prompting the woman to report the matter to the police. According to the FIR, the complainant, a 30-year-old woman, stated that her brother-in-law, Javed Khan, confronted her about her voting choice. When she replied that it was her personal decision, the accused began verbally abusing her.

As the situation escalated, the accused reportedly slapped and physically assaulted the victim. His wife allegedly handed him a bamboo stick, which he used to further attack the woman. A neighbor intervened to rescue the victim when she screamed for help. The accused and his wife also purportedly issued threats, warning the woman of dire consequences if she did not comply with their wishes in the future.

The FIR details the incident, and a case has been registered against the accused under relevant sections at Ahmedpur police station. However, the accused has not been arrested at this time.

State President of the Pasmanda Muslim Federation, Naushad Khan, strongly condemned the incident and demanded strict action against the accused. The assault occurred following the Madhya Pradesh assembly elections, where the BJP secured a significant victory with 163 seats, while the Congress party won 66 seats.

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