Thursday, June 27, 2013

Get married, go to London, come back, file dowry case, ELDERLY in-laws run around courts, BAIL REJECTED !!




* all that is mentioned below is JUST the daughter in law's version

* there isn't one bit of investigative evidence or other evidence

* still the male's ELDERLY parents are DENIED bail

* long live INDIAN FAMILY system !!!


**HC refuses anticipatory bail to in-laws in dowry case**

Yogesh Kumar, TNN Jun 20, 2013, 03.48AM IST

GURGAON: The Punjab and Haryana high court has rejected the anticipatory bail of a couple involved in a dowry harassment case registered in Faridabad.

The local police registered an FIR in March and the suspects are untraceable.

Ramesh Narang and Alka Narang had moved an anticipatory bail plea in sessions court, which was rejected.

In the high court, the victim's counsel submitted that the suspects had been torturing their daughter-in-law and demanding money since her marriage.

According to the victim, before the wedding, her mother-in law, along with her daughter, had visited her house and instructed them that shopping for the marriage should be done only in branded stores. The date of marriage was fixed for November 1, 2011 and the suspects had put a demand that honeymoon should be arranged abroad for which expenses should be paid by the victim's father.

The victim has also alleged that her in-laws also raised a demand that all the family members should be gifted gold ornaments and branded clothes and that marriage should be performed in a 5-star hotel. and, however, her parents refused to give reception in a 5-Star hotel a place had already been booked for solemnizing the marriage in Faridabad.

The victim's in-laws had also demanded a Toyota Fortuner and Rs 50 lakh. After the marriage, the victim was mentally and physically tortured that forced her to leave the place on September 13, 2012 and since then she is residing with her mother.

In February 2012, the victim's husband told her that he was going to London for work and when she started packing her luggage to accompany him, her mother-in-law came to the room and abused and told her that she could not leave for London unless the demand of Rs 50 lakh and the Toyota Fortuner is met.

The victim's husband left for London in March 2012 and she was tortured by the in-laws. Desperate to save her marriage, the victim gave away all her gold valuable to her in-laws after which she was allowed to go to London.

In London, however, she was not allowed to go outside the house. Despite this, she finally secured job in a firm in London. However, due to the mental and physical torture meted out by her husband, she could not continue.

**Meanwhile, her mother-in-law continued to threaten her over the telephone telling her to return to India. She was told that if she did not return to India, she would be killed by her husband, and her mother in India would also face dire consequences.**

In October 2012, the victim returned to India and narrated the whole sequence of events to her mother and since then she residing with her mother.

**Hearing the arguments and facts of the case, the high court ordered that, it is not such a case in which extraordinary relief of anticipatory bail should be granted to the petitioners.**

**Dismissing the petition**, the court ordered that the present petition filed by petitioners - Ramesh Narang and Alka Narang for grant of anticipatory bail is devoid of any merit and is dismissed