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Wednesday, July 10, 2019

4 of family booked for woman’s death

4 of family booked for woman’s death

Our Correspondent

Abohar, July 9

The police booked four of a family in connection with the death of a 25-year-old woman in Gandhibadi village.

Budh Ram of Chhabria village told the police that his daughter Kanta alias Anuradha got married to Budh Ram in January last year. She was allegedly harassed over dowry and told to leave the house. The in-laws agreed to let her return 10 days ago.

On Monday, she informed her parents that she was being tortured. “When we came, she was found dead. The in-laws claimed that she ended life by consuming insecticide. It appeared that she was forced to take poison,” he alleged.

The police said a case was registered against Budh Ram, his father Suresh Kumar, mother Lichhma Devi and sister Suman under Sections 302, 304-B and 498-A of the Indian Penal Code. Investigation has been initiated into the case. The body was handed over to the woman’s parents after a postmortem exmaintaion at a hospital.

Woman alleges cheating in re-marriage, case against 5

The police in the border segment of Hindumalkot, 27 km from here, have registered a case under Sections 420 and 120-B of the Indian Penal Code on the complaint of a widow.

Geeta (32) of Khatlubana village said she was living with her parents after her husband’s death in a mishap about four months back. Someone approached the family for Geeta’s re-marriage and proposed the name of Raj Kumar of Lakhuwali village claiming that he was a bachelor.

After the marriage on June 23, she received a call from a woman who claimed that she was legally married wife of Raj Kumar and had not been divorced. A police complaint was lodged, following which Raj Kumar, his father Suresh and three other relatives Prem Chand, Kamla and Reshma were booked.

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