I Acted In Haste: Madhavi Father’s Confession

A couple had brutally attacked by the girl’s father who got married against her parent’s wishes. - Sakshi Post

Hyderabad: A couple had brutally attacked by the girl's father who got married against her parent's wishes. The incident happened here on Wednesday at SR Nagar, Hyderabad. Currently, the accused is in police custody and confessed to the brutal attempt on his daughter, Madhavi and her husband, Sandeep, when Sakshi media interacted with him.

"I have always resisted my daughter's love marriage. I got addicted to alcohol from the time that I came to know of the matter. I am unable to digest the love marriage of Madhavi. I came to Hyderabad when Madhavi was 2 years old and started working as a salesman in a jewelry shop," he said.

According to the DCP, AR Srinivas, Manohara Chary intended to attack his daughter alone. He attacked the couple (Madhavi and Sandeep) around 3 pm yesterday. He planned to kill Madhavi and brutally attacked her with a sickle used by coconut vendors. He also confessed that he had no intention of killing Sandeep. Madhavi was severely injured while Sandeep suffered minor injuries. It is learnt that Madhavi's hand nearly got chopped in the ghastly attack. Doctors are learnt to have conducted a lengthy surgical procedure on the girl.

Manohara Chari said that his wife and son were aware of Madhavi's relationship with Sandeep, but had not revealed it to him.

Chari called Madhavi and asked them to meet him at SR Nagar, where he launched the horrific attack. The SR Nagar police are investigating the case, DCP said.

Madhavi is from Borabonda, while Sandeep hails from Erragadda. They got married on September 12th according to Arya Samaj rites. Meanwhile, Manohara Chari who was opposed to his daughter's marriage and her relationship with Sandeep, got outraged and attempted to kill his own daughter.

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