Chunky Bajpai, Indore. A surprising case has come to light from Indore in Madhya Pradesh. Where a 23-year-old woman has alleged that she was married to a 40-year-old man by cheating her and her family. Whose complaint was made by the victim at the women’s police station against her husband and other in-laws, but her challan was not being presented by the police, for which the victim and her father have now appealed in the public hearing.
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Actually the matter is related to the women’s police station area of Indore. A complaint was made by a victim woman living here in the public hearing of the police, she had complained to the women’s police station last 2 months that the people of her in-laws side were assaulting and misbehaving with her. At the same time, her husband’s age is also considerable and when the marriage took place, the age of her husband was said to be less. But after getting married, when the woman saw her husband’s papers, her age was many times more. When he protested against this, he was being physically and mentally tortured every day.
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According to the victim, when her marriage was fixed, her husband’s age was said to be 25 years, but after marriage, when she went home and saw her husband’s papers, she was shocked. In that the age was recorded not 25 but 40 years. The victim woman also told that her husband is also having an illegal relationship with a woman named Seema Aunty living in Ujjain and he is in constant contact with her, about which she has complained to the police station. Accusing the police, the victim said that due to the negligence of the police, the challan has not yet been presented in the court in the entire case, while more than two months have passed since she complained about the incident, in such a situation, the victim has pleaded with the police along with discussing with the media.
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