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‘Badly assaulted by husband’: Indian woman tweets video of domestic violence from Sharjah

Consulate General of India, Dubai is in regular touch with her and promised to provide all possible help to Jasmine.

Written by Express Web Desk | Bengaluru, Sharjah |
Updated: November 15, 2019 7:43:01 pm
man bites off wife's nose, man cuts wife's nose, man chews off wife's nose, up man bits off wife nose, up man wife nose, up woman nose bitten off The video had gone viral on twitter and Jasmine Sultana claimed she is a native of Bengaluru married to Mohammed Khizar Ulla seven years ago and have two boys.

In a case of domestic violence, an Indian woman tweeted about the ordeal she was subjected to by her husband in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates (UAE) claiming that he had assaulted and abused her. Her husband was later arrested.

According to the 10-second video posted on Twitter, which has gone viral, 33-year-old Jasmine Sultana is seen urging her parents to take her back to India, with blood trickling down her swollen eye. In the tweet, she wrote, “Required urgent help … name Jasmine sultana I live in UAE Sharjah my husband name is Mohammed khizar ulla ….I have assaulted badly by husband I want help …..”

Sultana claimed she’s a native of Bengaluru and married to Mohammed Khizar Ulla seven years ago with whom she has two sons. Sharjah police confirmed the arrest on Twitter. “A note of what is being shared through social media about the case of an Asian nationality women who was exposed to violence by her husband in the Emirate of Sharjah, the case was dealt with by the competent authorities,” said Sharjah police.

The Sharjah Police urged people not to share the video on social media as it has negative repercussions for the community. “Accordingly, the Sharjah Police General Headquarters urges members of the public not to share such cases because of the negative repercussions and disturbances among the community members,” the police said.

The Bengaluru Police also contacted Jasmine Sultana on Twitter to share her residential details in Bengaluru.

Meanwhile, Consulate General of India, Dubai said they are in regular touch with her and promised to provide all possible help. “We met Ms. Jasmine today and are in regular touch with her. We have called her husband to the Consulate tomorrow and understand that local authorities are already questioning him. We will provide all possible help to Ms. Jasmine,” tweeted Consulate General of India in Dubai.

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