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Gurgaon: Wife ‘ties hubby to chair, slashes his throat’

A resident of Gurgaon complained to the police on Saturday that his wife allegedly slashed his throat after tying him to a chair during a sexual act.

delhi Updated: Feb 27, 2017 10:42 IST
Abhishek Behl
The man complained that his wife allegedly slashed his throat after tying him to a chair during a sexual act.
The man complained that his wife allegedly slashed his throat after tying him to a chair during a sexual act.(Representative Photo)

A resident of Gurgaon complained to the police on Saturday that his wife allegedly slashed his throat after tying him to a chair during a sexual act.

The man, a resident of Khedla village in Sohna, was initially referred to the Gurgaon civil hospital but was later transferred to Safdarjung in New Delhi in a serious condition.

In his complaint, the man told the police that on Saturday his mother had gone to Delhi for some work and he was alone at home with his wife. Around 12.30pm, his wife came to him and took him to the bedroom, he said.

The man claimed his wife tied him to a chair and blindfolded him, playing music and dancing for a while, Suddenly, he said, she slashed his throat with a sharp object. She allegedly threatened him before leaving the house.

The victim was bleeding heavily and was rescued by a friend who heard him screaming in pain.

A police complaint was lodged by the man when he was admitted to a Sohna hospital from where he was taken to the Gurgaon civil hospital.

An FIR was registered at Sohna police station under sections 324 (voluntarily causing hurt by dangerous weapons or means) and 506 (criminal intimidation) of IPC.

The man, who works with a private company, and his brother are married to two sisters of the same family that belongs to Palwal.

The police claimed the marital relations of both the brothers are disturbed. They also claimed to have found inconsistencies in his allegations.

“The victim was seriously injured but neither he nor his family could tell us how he managed to untie himself. The whereabouts of the woman are not known yet. There is something more than that meets the eye but we will investigate and unravel the mystery,” said assistant sub-inspector Surjeet Kumar.