During questioning, the man revealed that minutes before the attack, the woman had asked him to remove his helmet as it was disturbing her. “She wanted to deface him, leaving him no other choice except to marry her,” the DCP claimed.
The two accused had taken their sister for a drive in a car on May 9 but midway splashed acid on her face and pushed her out of the vehicle, the officials said, adding that she was later found lying unconscious and badly injured by a passerby who alerted police.
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The daughter said that her parents did not have a violent relationship, but fought from time to time. However, she claimed that they had been fighting more often since May 17, as her father suspected her mother was having an affair and drugging him at night to steal out of the house.
Komal, who was posted at Delhi, was living with her parents in Muzaffarnagar after a dispute with her husband Kapil Kumar, the police said. On Saturday, Kumar went to meet her but after an argument threw acid on her and escaped.
Vivek Oberoi was the special guest at the wedding of acid attack survivor Lalita Bansi, 25, who married Ravi Shankar Singh, 27, at a ceremony in Malad. The 40-year-old actor posted pictures from the wedding with motivational captions. Citing the example of Lalita, he addressed several other acid attack survivors to say, “Lalita is a […]