Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Newly married woman elopes with boyfriend, is CAUGHT by police & THEN FILES dowry case !!

20 year old married woman ran away with her boyfriend taking all her Jewels JUST 1 week after marriage. Based on Husband's complaint police traced the woman and her boyfriend at a lodge !! When brought to the station the woman said she was NOT interested in the husband but wanted to only live with the loverboy .. Police let both parties go away after taking a written undertaking . .. Now in an EXPECTED turn of events, the woman has appraoched higher police with a DOWRY complaint against the original husband !!!

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Newly wedded woman leaves 'balding' husband and elopes

Bangalore Mirror Bureau | Jun 22, 2014, 02.00 AM IST


Barely a week after their wedding, a 20-year-old woman left her husband and allegedly ran away with a boyfriend. Acting on a missing complaint filed by the husband, who was unaware that she had run away, police traced the girl and the boyfriend to a lodge in Madikeri. But now, a month after the incident, the case has taken a different turn, leaving the police chagrined.

Umesh, 32, a senior software engineer with an IT major in city, was sent to Australia for a project. He had come to India a week before his wedding with Hamsavani, a BBM student, in Kothanur Dinne on May 8 this year. Less than a week later (May 14), his wife went missing under mysterious circumstances. Since gold ornaments were also found missing, her husband suspected foul play and filed a missing complaint with the Subramanyapura police.

Umesh was unaware that his wife had deserted him and had eloped with her boyfriend. Tracking her mobile phone, police found her in a lodge with her boyfriend. It is alleged that after deserting her husband, Hamsavani married the boyfriend, identified as Nanda Kumar. The police, however, are yet to ascertain if she did indeed marry the boyfriend.

The girl was brought to the city and police called the members of the two families to station for counselling. Hamsavani told police that she was not interested in staying with Umesh as he was 12 years older than her and had also started balding. She also claimed that Umesh was extremely suspicious of her and did not like her talking to men. She claimed that Umesh fought with her "for a whole day" after she had spoken to her former classmate in a shopping mall.

Since the families were unable to come to any sort of agreement, the police let them go after taking an undertaking from them. It was decided that Hamsavani would return all the gold ornaments she had taken from her husband's house. Subramanyapura police say Umesh's family had allegedly spent nearly Rs 20 lakh on the wedding.

Hamsavani returned to her parents' house in Vinakaya Nagar. But in a strange turn of events, she approached the office of the state police chief on Friday and filed a complaint against Umesh, accusing him of harassing her for dowry. The DG&IGP's office has forwarded the case to the same police for further investigation.

"We have summoned both the families again," said a police officer from the station. "The case is being probed. We had tried to reconcile them through counselling, but now we are not sure if we get them back together again."



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