Kojancherry (Pathanamthitta) ∙ The family members said that the dead woman’s stomach contained twins. Police have not confirmed this. In the case of the death of Anita (28) in the Kuruntar Settlement Colony of Mallapuzassery, her husband Kuruntar Jyoti Niwasil M. Jyotish (31) was arrested by the police on Sunday.
The first child, who was one and a half years old, had a congenital heart defect. Anita’s family members say that the doctors advised Jyotish to give expert treatment, but the matter was hidden without even informing his wife. Now the disease has worsened and the child is also in a state of struggle with death.
He has been admitted to Sree Chitra, Thiruvananthapuram after his health deteriorated. Relatives are in a rush for the surgery as they need about one and a half lakh rupees. When the child was born, the doctors had recommended that the child be given specialist treatment within six months. But it is alleged that this information was hidden even from Anita.
Relatives also alleged that soon after the birth of the first child, Jyotish administered some fluids to his wife to prevent her from finding out that she was pregnant again and to abort the pregnancy. Due to this, the young woman got a stomach infection. The doctors advised him to give expert treatment, but the young man did not comply. As the baby was lying in her stomach for 2 months, the young woman got an infection all over her body. The young man drowned after taking his wife to the hospital. He borrowed money from many people for treatment but used that money for his own needs. Anita died on June 28.
English Summary: Anitha death case