The daughter-in-law was irritated about keeping a maid in the house.
For the past several days, a video is becoming quite viral on social media. Seeing this video, everyone is feeling pity on the woman seen in the video. In this video that surfaced from Haryana’s Gurugram Rajendra Park area, it can be seen that the daughter-in-law is beating her ailing mother-in-law in a house. This video of the daughter-in-law beating the mother-in-law was recorded by her husband in his phone and that video was shown to the police.
The son had lodged a complaint with the Rajendra Park police station by making a video, in which he had filed a charge against his wife for beating up her mother and killing her. According to police officials, Ayush Mittal, who lives in Ratan Vihar of Rajendra Park police station, said that his wife Kavita used to fight a lot with her mother. A few days back also his wife had raised her hand in the same way on his mother.
The daughter-in-law slapped the mother-in-law, said to the husband why did you hit me? Now I will kill it… pic.twitter.com/jEi2TrAb7u
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The old lady told the police that she lives on the top floor of the house. Whereas his son and daughter-in-law along with their children lived on the first floor. Due to old age and illness, they no longer work. So he asked his son to keep a maid in the house. On this his daughter-in-law got angry and started beating him. The elderly woman said that her face and other parts of the body were also injured in the beating by her daughter-in-law.
It can be seen in the video that while beating her mother-in-law, the daughter-in-law was saying that why did you hit me? Now I’ll kill it. On beating the wife like this, the husband said that it is not right to insult like this. But the wife is not agreeing and again starts beating the mother-in-law. Rajendra Park Police Incharge said that according to the video and information received in the case, investigation is being done and accordingly a case has also been registered.