Bhagalpur: In a shocking incident, a woman fainted after she saw her husband's face when she went to meet her husband, who is lodged in jail in an attempt to murder case. She was rushed to a hospital but doctors declared her brought dead. The woman was eight months pregnant and was due for delivery on June 27. The brother-in-law has blamed the police administration for the sister-in-law's death. The incident took place in the Special Central Jail (JAIL) in Bhagalpur, Bihar.
The incident took place on June 6 at bhagalpur's special central jail. Guddu Yadav of Ghogha Govindpur in Bhagalpur was married to Pallavi Yadav of Ghogha Janidih two years ago. Both of them had a love marriage and currently Pallavi was 8 months pregnant. Guddu Yadav had a dispute with Vinod Yadav over the land. In this case, Guddu was booked under Section 307, due to which he has been serving a sentence in bhagalpur special central jail for the last 8 months. On June 6, Pallavi arrived to meet her jailed husband Guddu. As soon as Guddu came in front of her, Pallavi fell unconscious. Thereafter, she was rushed to Mayaganj Hospital. After examination, the doctors declared her dead. Along with Pallavi's death, the child growing in her stomach is also no longer in this world.
According to the victim's family, Pallavi was in the 8th month of pregnancy. The doctors had also given a delivery date of June 27. But, before that the incident happened. Guddu's brother Vicky Yadav said that due to the arbitrariness of the police, sister-in-law Pallavi died. Taking money from the other side (Vinod Yadav), the police sent my brother Guddu to jail. If brother had not gone to jail, perhaps this situation would not have arisen, today our entire house has been shattered. Only the police administration is responsible for this. After Pallavi's death, the family did not agree to the post-mortem. Subsequently, the body was handed over to the family after legal formalities. Pallavi's husband had reached the crematorium under police protection for the last rites. Then he set his wife's pyre on fire.