"My husband and his parents said I had to share myself with his brothers," said the woman in her mid-40s, dressed in a yellow sari, sitting in a village community centre in Baghpat district in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh.
"They took me whenever they wanted -- day or night. When I resisted, they beat me with anything at hand," said Munni, who had managed to leave her home after three months only on the pretext of visiting a doctor. 'Sometimes they threw me out and made me sleep outside or they poured kerosene over me and burned me.'"
Read article by Nita Bhalla from Thomson Reuters Foundation