Patna. In the Kadamkuan police station area of Patna’s capital Patna, a husband used to beat his first wife after drinking alcohol at the hands of his second wife. On Sunday, fed up with the husband’s beating and alcohol addiction, the first wife complained to the police. As soon as the complaint was received, the police took action and arrested the husband in a state of intoxication. After medical examination, the husband has been sent to jail.
According to the information, the woman alleges that her husband has done two marriages. She is his first wife, while the second wife makes her husband drink alcohol. After which he beats her up. The woman has complained of assault on her husband after drinking alcohol. The police were also shocked to hear the complaint. After registering the case, the police arrested the accused husband. Investigation has confirmed that he was drinking alcohol. He has been sent to jail.
first wife complained
Jaikant Pandit, a resident of Rajendra Nagar Road No. 11 area of Kadam Kuan police station area of Patna, was assaulting his first wife under the influence of alcohol. Jaikant’s first wife informed about this to Kadam Kuan police station in-charge. After reaching the spot, the police arrested Jayakant in a state of intoxication. After questioning the accused, he has been sent to jail.
second wife used to drink alcohol
SI Ram Dahin of Kadamkuan police station said that according to the police, accused Jaikant Pandit has done two marriages. The second wife makes the accused husband drink alcohol. Which was opposed by the first wife. The accused was drinking alcohol in the second wife’s house. Jai got to know about this to the first wife and when she reached the second wife’s house, Jayakant, who was present on the spot, started assaulting her. In such a situation, the first wife complained against the accused husband to the in-charge of Kadamkuan police station. The accused has been arrested after the complaint of the case.
Punishment will be given under the prohibition law
Liquor prohibition law is in force in Bihar. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar had implemented a complete prohibition law in the state to stop atrocities on women and to crack down on alcoholics. Despite this, cases of liquor smuggling and drinking alcohol continue to come from many districts of Bihar. Despite such strictness, people are not only drinking alcohol, but are also committing atrocities on women after drinking alcohol.