New Delhi: A 25-year-old woman, who was found with her throat slit along with her two minor children in similar condition last month in south Delhi’s Hauz Rani, gained consciousness from coma on Sunday and blamed her husband and in-laws for the incident. Also Read - Lockdown: ‘People Without Ration Card Will Also be Given Ration by Delhi Govt,’ Says Kejriwal
On November 17, police were informed that a woman had slit the throat of her daughter and son, and tried to kill herself following which police rushed to the spot. On reaching the spot, police found Mohsina, her three-year-old daughter and 18-month-old son in a pool of blood. Also Read - ‘Students From Nursery to Class 8 Will be Promoted to Next Class Directly,’ Says Sisodia
The girl succumbed to injuries in a hospital while the boy and his mother were undergoing treatment. Also Read - Coronavirus: Yogi Urges Kejriwal to Help UP Residents in Capital, Assures Aid to Those From Delhi in His State
On Sunday, as the woman woke up from coma, her statement was taken. In her written statement, Mohsina said that on November 16, when she was sleeping with her children, her husband Shamim came home and started abusing and thrashing her.
“Shamin came home at around 12 am and started thrashing me. He kept beating me till 4 am. Meanwhile, my father-in-law and mother-in-law also came in to check on us. When at around 7 am, when I was about to sleep, I saw Shamim and Saleem, the brother in-law, trying to slit my daughter’s throat with a knife. When I tried to intervene, they cut my finger with the knife,” the woman said.
The woman also alleged in her statement that when she tried to intervene again, the two men slit her throat. Medical reports, however, indicate that the woman’s wounds were “self-inflicted”. Meanwhile, the police are probing the case from all angles.
Earlier on November 17, Mohsina’s family had levelled similar allegations against Shamim, his elder brother Saleem and mother.
(Inputs from PTI)