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Florida Police Arrest Indian Family For Beating Woman, Keeping Her Hostage

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I wonder what Visa the parents used to come over to help their son counsel and discipline his wife.


Florida police arrested three members of an Indian family after they found a beaten woman and her child being held hostage inside their residence, reports said Monday.


Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office made the arrest Saturday after it was alleged that an Indian man called his parents from India to Florida to help him beat his wife for being disobedient.


Deputies described the woman, 33-year-old Silky Gaind, as "badly beaten and bruised over her entire body" from alleged beatings by her husband and his parents that they say had "been ongoing for an extended period of time," according to NBC affiliate WPTV-TV.

The Hillsborough County Sheriff's office told New York Daily News that Gaind called her parents in India on Saturday to inform them about the abuse, after which they informed the police in Florida.



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An Indian couple flew 8,000 miles (13,000km) to help "discipline" their daughter-in-law, police in Florida say.

Jasbir Kalsi, 67, and his wife Bhupinder, 62, are said to have travelled from the Punjab region to Hillsborough County to help "counsel and discipline" son Devbir's wife.

Silky Gaind was discovered battered and bruised by a police officer on Saturday after getting a message to her parents.

Her in-laws and husband are now facing multiple charges, including battery.

Her father-in-law, who had been visiting with his wife for about a month, also allegedly held a knife to her throat.



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