A mother in Telangana’s Nalgonda district tied her 15-year-old son to a pole and covered his face with chilli powder.
Teenagers are notorious for being rebellious, and dealing with a rebellious teenager is a nightmare for any parent.
The difficult part comes when the child develops a harmful habit and refuses to leave. However, it appears that a parent had a very harsh approach to her child who had developed some negative behaviours.
Moreover, the mother, concerned about her son’s ganja addiction, thrashed him and applied chilli pepper to his face as punishment.
However, the teenager was only released after promising his mother that he would give up his one-year addiction. His mother couldn’t take seeing her son’s state because he was so addicted to Ganja.
Meanwhile, she tried several times to persuade her son to quit ganja, but in vain, and as a last resort, she decided to harshly punish him.
The Mother’s name is Ramna, a regular worker, who tied her son to a power pole and rubbed chilli powder into his eyes to teach him a lesson and get him to stop doing ganja/narcotics.
The video of the mother slapping her son with chilli powder has gone viral. It was shared by Krishnamurthy, a Twitter user. He wrote in the video’s caption, “What happened when a mother found out that her 15-yr-old son was becoming a ganja addict? She came up with a unique treatment. Tie him to a pole & rub mirchi powder in his eyes & not untie him until he promises to quit. The incident in Kodad, #Suryapet district, #Telangana.”
Ganja/ Narcotics in Telangana are a serious matter of concern
Furthermore, the drug problem has recently become a serious issue in Telangana, and Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao has instructed officials to crack down on drug sales and usage in the state.
A B.tech student recently died as a result of a drug overdose. Earlier this week, Hyderabad police apprehended over 150 people from high-profile families for attending a rave party at a five-star hotel.
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