The attack, which happened in Bulandshahr, Uttar Pradesh near Delhi in India, saw the unidentified woman beaten unconscious.
According to her statement, police have registered a case against her husband, an ex-village head and five village strongmen. She also said that she was asked to keep quiet about the incident by Shersingh, who had asked the villagers to make the video so that other women would know the consequences of eloping.
The incident occurred on March 10 at Launga village, but police took action after 12 days. The woman can be heard grunting and screaming after every hit.
In the 73-second clip, the woman can be seen with her hands ties to an overheard branch of a tree.
Not only did the woman receive severe physical punishment, but she was also reportedly molested by a group of men after she collapsed from her injuries.
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The Hindustan Times quoted Bulandshahr superintendent of police Praveen Ranjan Singh as saying, "Former pradhan Shersingh, his son Shravan, and the woman's husband Saudan have been arrested".
The case was registered yesterday on the court's order.
But when she returned, a court of village elders was set up to decide a punishment - that she should be flogged 100 times by her husband.
The woman was badly injured and filed a complaint against the accused after a week once she had recovered.
The video, which contains violent content and may be disturbing for some viewers, is now available on YouTube.