A woman who had lost her baby after being kicked in the stomach last month and seven people allegedly belonging from the CPM have been arrested.
The Kerala police on Thursday arrested six people, including a CPI (M) branch secretary, in connection with a case of assault on a pregnant woman in Kozhikode. According to reports, the woman was four months into her pregnancy and had to undergo a forced abortion after the assault. She was rushed to a hospital nearby, where she had to undergo a forced abortion, reported Times Now. But she was badly kicked by one of the CPM workers, after which she fell to the ground and started bleeding.
The woman's husband has claimed that after the incident, the family was being continuously threatened to hide the identity of the accused and withdraw the case.
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According to the woman, the CPM activists had also threatened to chop off the legs of her husband, if she did not withdraw the complaint.
The report added that the family has also alleged party members had pressurised them to withdraw the case.
"My decision is to fight the case till the end".
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While the incident occurred 18 days ago, it came to light after Jyotsna and her husband sat on a dharna in front of the Kodancherry police station on Wednesday, demanding an action against the criminals. "Even then their threats did not stop", the victim was quoted as saying by Times Now.
Meanwhile, CPI (M) has denied the involvement of their party leader in the incident.
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