Bengaluru Man Gets Two Years Imprisonment For Attempted Murder Of Pregnant Partner








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The sixth additional district and sessions court judge DT Puttarangaswami, on Monday, convicted Anand, a resident of Belthangady for two years, two months (rigorous imprisonment) and a fine of Rs 10,000 under section 307 (attempt to murder) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).



Speaking to Bangalore Mirror, public prosecutor Judith OM Crasta said Anand was about 22 years when he met the victim, who was about 19 years old. The convict, an orphan, was residing at his maternal aunt’s house and gradually moved into the victim’s house.



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Anand promised the girl marriage and on March 3, 2014, he had ‘forceful’ sex with her. Later, on several occasions he allegedly continued the relationship and she became pregnant. When she started pestering him for a marriage, he called her to Uppinagady on the pretext of taking her to the doctor to abort the child. On Sept 8, 2014, he took her on his motorcycle towards Kodimbala of Kadaba police station limits. When they reached a bridge near Kumardhara river, he allegedly pretended like the bike needed repair.



It was about 7.30 pm and it was raining. The victim was engrossed watching the water when the accused came from behind and pushed her into the river. She was about six months pregnant, but she swam about two kilometers and found a small tree in the middle of the river.


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She climbed this and spent the whole night there. Though she cried for help, there was nobody to help her in the night. The next day, two fishermen on a coracle heard her crying and rushed to rescue her. She was later shifted to a hospital in Kadaba. On Sept 9, a complaint was lodged and Anand was arrested the next day. The mobile phone of the victim was seized from his possession.



The court examined 23 witnesses, including the two persons who rescued the victim, and doctors. The victim had also given evidence. After her examination, Anand again approached her near the court, and promised her marriage. In the cross examination, she stated that the sexual relationship was consensual. The court thus acquitted the accused under section 376 (rape charges). But for pushing her into the river, the charges were proved.

In addition to 26 months of rigorous imprisonment, the court has imposed a fine of Rs 10,000 of which Rs 8,000 goes to the victim. The victim eventually delivered a baby boy.



Originally Published In Bangalore Mirror
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