Karnataka: Woman thrashed, stripped, paraded on road for seeking loan-repayment

05 Jul 2017 | By Kanchan Monga
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Savita of Hire Masali village in Vijayapura district was allegedly thrashed, stripped and paraded on the road by another villager Sugura Moulali and his family when Savita sought repayment of loan, which Moulali had defaulted.

Savita demanded Rs. 30,000 which she had lent him.

Police have filed a case against him and his family members.

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05 Jul 2017Karnataka: Woman thrashed, stripped, paraded on road for seeking loan-repayment

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