The critical condition of a burnt woman from the village of Dhanoria

Staff reporter

The condition of the tribal woman who was burnt by pouring diesel fuel on her two days ago in Dhanoria village of Bamohri Tehsil of Guna district is critical. She was admitted to Hamidia Hospital in Bhopal after being referred by Guna. According to the doctors, she has burns up to 80%. The victim’s husband told the story of this horrific incident. He made shocking revelations. The police were accused of colluding with the accused.

Critical condition of the victim: The condition of Rampyari Sahariya admitted to the burns and plastic surgery department of the Hamidia hospital is critical. A team of doctors is monitoring her. Dr. Arvind Rai, Dean of GMC, said she was about 80% burned. His condition is now stable. She is constantly monitored.

Diggi arrives at hospital and demands compensation of Rs 10 lakh: Former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh visited Hamidia Hospital and asked doctors about Rampyari Bai Sahariya’s health. Along with this, he met the victim’s husband, Arjun, and assured him of all possible help. Digvijay said that during the Congress rule, six and a half Bigha lands were allocated to Arjun Sahariya in Dhanoria village of Bamhori Tehsil of Guna district. On which he has continued to farm ever since. Last year, influential people from the same village forcibly occupied his land. Upon several complaints, he was given possession by the Tehsildar in May. But the authoritarian people continued to threaten him by intimidating him. Arjun reported death threats to the police station on June 23. But the police took no action. On Saturday, a man was driving a tractor on Arjun’s field after capturing him. On the refusal of Arjun’s wife, Rampyari Bai, she was burned alive by pouring diesel on her. “Rampyari is from Bhulaya village in my Raghogarh constituency. I demand from the government that the complete treatment of Rampyari be carried out free of charge. Further, compensation of Rs 10 lakh should be awarded and strict action should be taken against the culprits,” Digvijay added. Diggi’s Brother Asked About Police Ringing: Digvijay Singh’s younger brother and Chanchoda Congressman Laxman Singh questioned the police ringing over the burning of a tribal woman in Guna. Laxman Singh tweeted and wrote, “The incident of burning a tribal woman and then making a video of her in Dhanoria (Bamori) village of Guna district has crossed all bounds of inhumanity. Very strict measures must be taken against these “sick” people. In another tweet, he wrote that Madhya Pradesh Police released a song “Nirbal ka hai Bal” which is heard over their phone’s caller tune. Where was the “Ball” (force) of the police when the macabre incident took place in Guna?

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