Karnataka- Mother beats daughter to death for failing exams

07 Jun 2017 | By Kanchan Monga
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An 18 year old girl was beaten to death with an iron rod by her own mother for failing her English exam and falling in love. The incident happened in Kolar district, Karnataka.

According to the police, 45 year old widow Venkatamma was angry over her daughter's alleged affair. She has now been sent to judicial custody.

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