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Father rapes daughter; husband beats wife to death


BAITADI: Despite various non-governmental organizations working on the theme of human rights and spending millions of rupees in the name of raising awareness about the human rights, the excesses against women continuing in different parts of the country.

In a heinous crime it has been revealed that a father raped his own daughter at Salena in Baitadi district recently. A police team of the Area Police Office, Melauli, arrested the father aged 35.

The incident came to light six days later after the nine-year-old daughter ran away to neighbor’s house next day of the incident from her house.

In another cruel incident, a woman died after she was mercilessly beaten up by her husband in Parsa district on Saturday night. Inebriated husband Sundar Khadka (37) of Goshwara VDC-5 of Lamjung district killed his wife Sushila Khadka (35) over a minor dispute, said the District Police Office Parsa.

The couple has been living in Birgunj in course of their employment. Husband Khadka is working as a security guard in Sundar Steels Factory.

These incidents came into light few days after a woman was beaten to death by locals at a village in Parsa district on the charge of practicing witchcraft.

On August 4, a 22-year-old Rita Devi Sah Teli of Mahuvan VDC in Parsa was murdered by her husband Ram Sah Teli for not being able to conceive a baby.

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