A 25-year-old woman was locked in a room for six months allegedly by her household. Nevertheless, she died throughout therapy after being rescued.
Investigations imagine that the woman’s household was into some occult beliefs. (Consultant picture: PTI)
A 25-year-old woman was locked in a room at her residence in Rajkot allegedly by her household for over six months. She was rescued from her home on Sadhuvasani street by an NGO referred to as Saathi Seva Group and admitted to a hospital for therapy. Nevertheless, the woman, recognized as Alpa Sejpal, died throughout therapy.
“Alpa Sejpal was a chartered accountancy pupil who was locked inside her home for the previous six months. As per experiences, her household hardly ever used to provide her meals or water. For the reason that previous eight days, she was not given meals after which she slipped right into a coma,” mentioned Jalpa, head of Saathi Seva Group. When Jalpa and her staff visited the home, in addition they discovered a plastic bag full of urine.
When the neighbours came upon about this, they knowledgeable the NGO who got here and rescued the woman. As per a report, “When cops reached the place, the household refused them entry. It took lots of argument earlier than the NGO and cops might enter the room. They discovered the woman unconscious and foaming on the mouth”.
Alpa was admitted in a hospital however died throughout therapy. Her physique has been despatched for publish mortem.
The woman’s household and oldsters are being accused of her demise. Alpa’s household used to ask for cash from their neighbours and experiences counsel that she was being fed urine as effectively. Her mom is beneath suspicion as effectively. As per investigations, the woman’s household was into some occult beliefs.
(With inputs from Tejas Shishangiya)
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