NRI Woman's Death Sheds Light Growing Domestic Violence Practice!

Sun Aug 07 2022 16:33:11 GMT+0530 (IST)

As a male dominated society, women face a lot of issues in their day to day life and domestic violence is one of the issues. It is a serious issue, but we as a society bat a blind eye towards it. Very few cases come to light while the rest of the victims choose to not expose it fearing the damage of reputation.



Shedding light on the seriousness of the issue, a victim breathed her last due to domestic violence. An NRI took the extreme step as she could not bear the violence from her husband. She recorded a video in which she said that she faced violence for eight years.

The victim is identified as Mandeep Kaur, who stays in the United States with her husband and in-laws. As per her claims in the viral video, the victim said that she has been harassed by her husband and in-laws. Unable to take the domestic violence anymore, she took the extreme step.

Revealing the reason behind going for the extreme step, Mandeep Kaur apologised to her father for taking the step.

Mandeep Kaur tied the knot with one Ranjodhbeer Singh Sandhu and he has been harassing her and beating her. The victim dubbed domestic violence as the reason and urged her parents to not take any action against her husband and in-laws.

The Indian embassy in the United States also reacted to the sad news and consoled the death. The embassy said that they are in touch in authorities and they will do their best in helping the family of the deceased.

Everytime such issue comes up, people talk about it and when new issue pops up, people forget the old ones. Domestic violence is a problematic practice in the world. Many nations top the list when it comes to domestic violence.

Many reports say that, since the pandemic hit us, the domestic violence cases have increased and many nations saw a big rise in the divorce cases. Due to the lockdown, the couples were forced to stay home and this factor resulted in the rise of domestic violence cases and divorce cases.