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Woman kidnaps baby to aid her second marriage

Posted by iluvshrutiverma on January 4, 2010

BANGALORE: All is fair in love and war, goes the adage. Gouramma, a 28-year-old married woman in another relationship, lived up to it literally: she
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The drama unfolded like this: Nandini Layout police received a complaint on December 28 from Narayanappa, a grocery shop owner and resident of Shankarapuram, that his 11-month-old son Kiran was missing and Gouramma, a family friend who had come to their house a day ago, couldn’t be traced.
Narayanappa earlier was a neighbour of Gouramma in Yeshwantpur. On December 27, his family invited her to their home. Gouramma and the boy went missing the next afternoon. Gouramma was married to Narayana Reddy, a coconut vendor in Bellandur, and the couple had a 11-year-old boy who was staying with his grandparents in Yeshwantpur.

During investigation, it came to light that all was not well between Gouramma and her husband and the couple stayed separately often. She had an affair with Shivamani, a law student from Tamil Nadu, who was studying in a Bangalore college for the last two-and-a-half years.

According to DCP North H S Revanna, Gouramma had even gone to his hometown, Ambattur in Chennai, to meet his parents one-and-a-half years ago. She told them that she was pregnant and wanted to get married to Shivamani. Gouramma avoided meeting Shivamani for the last year but continued to insist she was pregnant. Shivamani had gone back to his hometown by then.
On December 28, after taking 11-month-old Kiran with her, she went to Ambattur to meet Shivamani’s parents, claiming it was his child and demanded that he marry her. The family, after much coaxing, fixed their marriage date for January 5.

Meanwhile, Nandini Layout police who had tracked her, went to Ambattur and arrested her and rescued Kiran. A kidnap case has been registered against Gouramma.

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Woman kills baby of husband’s second wife

Posted by iluvshrutiverma on November 29, 2009

It is a well known fact that women are more violent than men, so I am not surprised that a woman goes and kills a newborn child. I would not have even posted this article on this site, except if I did not want to bring out the following gender bias:

Why did the police arrest the husband? A woman goes and kills her ex-husband’s child, and the police arrests both of them, why? Only the woman should have been arrested.

In a tragic incident, a woman allegedly killed a newborn baby at Dongli village in Tehri district just because he was the child of her husband’s second wife, police said in Dehradun on Friday.

The baby, who was repeatedly thrown to the ground, died instantly on Thursday.

Geeta, the second wife of Pushya, entered into wedlock some months back. She gave birth to a male child a few days ago.

Meanwhile, Pushya’s first wife Sumitra went to Dongli village where she allegedly picked up the child and threw him to the ground, after which he died instantly.

Police has arrested Sumitra and her husband Pushya. Pushya has five children from his earlier marriage.

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Mother throws baby in dustbin to hide affair

Posted by iluvshrutiverma on November 27, 2009


The 24-year-old woman (l) was arrested for abandoning the newborn in a dustbin

A 24-year-old Ghatkopar woman was arrested on Saturday for dumping her newborn daughter in a dustbin, where the baby was ravaged by rats the entire night before police finally found her.

Strangely, the woman, Kejal Suraiyya, had managed to keep her husband and in-laws in the dark about her pregnancy.

“We have not been getting along for the last two years. Though we live in the same house, we have not had physical relations since then. My parents, suspecting something amiss, had inquired with her about her swelling tummy. But she told us a story about missing her periods,” said Kejal’s husband Pradeep Suraiyya, a resident of Bhatwadi.

“One day, my parents saw that her swelling had gone down, but she said it was the result of medicines that she had taken a few days ago.”

Naturally, the family was shocked when the police came knocking on their door to tell them that Suraiyya had left her baby to die in a dustbin.

When the Ghatkopar police found the one-day-old infant on September 21, she was severely injured and had several rat bite wounds on her arms. Immediately, a team led by Manisha Jadhav, sub-inspector of Ghatkopar police station, rushed to the spot. “We took charge of the baby, as she was alive, and admitted her to Rajawadi Hospital. She was badly bitten by rats,” recalled Jadhav. The infant was later shifted to Sion hospital.

When the police started investigation to find out who the mother was, they contacted all midwives in the area. “We contacted all the local midwives and also probed in and around the area, but we did not get information about any woman being pregnant around that time,” said Chandrakant Puri, police inspector of Ghatkopar police station. “But on September 23, we got a call from a woman saying that she suspected her neighbour, Kejal Suraiyya, to be the child’s mother.”

On subjecting Kejal to medical examination, the police found out that she had indeed delivered a baby around September 21. Finally, she confessed to the crime. She then revealed that she had given birth to the baby at her in-laws’ house when no one was around. Soon after the delivery, she dumped the child in a nearby dustbin.

Kejal suspected that her husband had an affair, and after frequent arguments over this, the two had stopped talking. Kejal had taken up a job in a Thane beauty parlour.

“When she came to know that she was pregnant with another man’s child, she figured out that she did not have enough money even for an abortion,” said Puri.

“She decided to give birth and dump the baby. We have arrested her and booked her under Sections 317 (exposure and abandonment of child under 12 years by parent or person) and 201 (causing disappearance of evidence of offence, or giving false information to screen offender) of the Indian Penal Code,” said Puri.

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