Woman Jumps from First Floor, Hurt

Published: 05th March 2016 03:16 AM  |   Last Updated: 05th March 2016 03:16 AM   |  A+A-

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A 36-year-old housewife was injured  after she allegedly jumped from the first floor of her paramour’s residence to prevent the police from entering the house, in Killi, near Kattakada, on Friday.

The Malayinkeezhu police have registered a case in connection with the incident. According to the police, on reaching the residence based on the ‘missing person’ complaint lodged by her father to take her statements pertaining to her refusal to stay along with her husband and two sons, she threatened to jump from the first floor.

Kavitha, 36 of Peyad was not willing to live with her husband and two sons after allegedly falling in love with Deepu aged 27. When the police arrived at the residence, Kavitha resisted their advancement and threatened to commit suicide. Eventually, she jumped from the first floor of the residence and suffered injuries on her legs, the police said. The police have not revealed the identities of her husband and two sons.

When the police tried to negotiate with her, she reportedly told them that she did not want to stay with her family but to live with Deepu. She has been shifted to the Medical College Hospital here after suffering a fracture on her leg. She will be produced before the magistrate after being discharged. Police said they would try to settle case before the court.  


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