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A 24-year-old woman in Sikandarpur area of Ballia, Uttar Pradesh was allegedly thrown out of the house by her husband late last month for drawing the portraits of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.

The victim, Nagma Parveen was married to Parvez Khan in November 2016. The victim’s father has also alleged that Nagma’s husband and his family used to harass her for dowry while she tried to get along with them. 

According to the police, when the victim showed her artistic skills to her husband in from of portraits of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and CM Yogi Adityanath but her husband lost his temper and assaulted her. Later Nagma was shown the door.

After being thrown out of the house Nagma called her father and informed him about the incident. When the victim’s father called his son-in-law to inquire about the incident, he said that Nagma has gone mad and needs medical attention.

The duo later headed to the police station and lodged a complaint against Nagma’s in-laws. Police sources said that Nagma’s in-laws told her father that his daughter was drawing pictures of Modi and Yogi and had no right to live with them.

“We are going to register a case in this connection following a complaint by the woman. A thorough probe will be carried out and action will be ensured accordingly,” Avinash Kumar Singh, station officer of Sikandarpur police station told Hindustan Times.

First Published | 10 September 2017 8:28 AM
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