A 25-year-old woman was forced to leave her house after she delivered two baby girls. After being chucked out, she approached the Chandkheda police and filed a complaint against her in-laws and husband.

The woman, a resident of New CG Road in Chandkheda, lived in a joint family after getting married in 2016.

A year after marriage, her in-laws forced her to do household chores single handedly and entered into heated arguments over the issue. Soon, she got pregnant and delivered a girl child. Her in-laws harassed her saying they always wanted a boy. They demanded Rs 50,000 from her family and a house where they could live separately.


Things had barely settled with her first child when she again delivered a baby girl. According to her complaint, her in-laws broke all limits after her second delivery and threw her out of the house. Her husband told her he no longer wanted to live with her.

In September 2020, elders in the community intervened and she returned to her in-laws’ place. A compromise was reached between the two families on a notarised document. However, just three days later she was again thrown out of the house along with her two daughters. Chandkheda police are probing the complaint.