#Patna High #Court #Lawyer Says “..My #Wife #Ran Away With #Driver, PLEASE help me..”

Outside Patna HC

Effect of women centric laws and arresting innocents. Karma visits every home 😦

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/// The #doctor wife of a #Patna #High Court #Advocate #ELOPED with her #driver Chhotu Kumar on Tuesday evening. As soon as this was known, the advocate husband immediately informed the police station. Police in the area immediately alerted the whole area via wireless. The police have been sensitized by this high profile case !!///

 

Roshan Kumar Jha


PATNA : पटना हाईकोर्ट के एक अधिवक्ता की डॉक्टर पत्नी मंगलवार शाम अपने चालक छोटू कुमार के साथ फरार हो गई। इसकी भनक लगते ही अधिवक्ता पति ने तत्काल थाना पुलिस को सूचना दी। हरकत में आई पुलिस ने तुरंत पूरे इलाके को वायरलेस के जरिए अलर्ट कर दिया। मामला हाई प्रोफाइल होने से पुलिस भी परेशान हो गई।

शहर की नाकेबंदी कर पुलिस ने वाहनों की जांच शुरू कर दी। इसी दौरान देर रात गौरीचक थाने की पुलिस को एक स्विफ्ट कार में एक युवक व महिला बैठे मिल गए। दोनों से सख्ती से पूछताछ हुई तो वे दोनों ही महिला डॉक्टर व चालक निकले।

गौरीचक थानाध्यक्ष सुनील चौधरी ने बताया कि कार सवार महिला डॉक्टर और उसके चालक को पकड़ लिया गया है। इस संबंध में फुलवारी शरीफ थाने की पुलिस से खबर मिली थी कि एक महिला चिकित्सक को उसका चालक लेकर फरार हो गया है। इसी के बाद वाहनों की चेकिंग शुरू की और दोनों को बरामद कर लिया गया।

उधर फुलवारीशरीफ थानेदार अजीत कुमार ने बताया कि महिला डॉक्टर के पति ने चालक छोटू पर अपनी डॉक्टर पत्नी के अपहरण का आरोप लगाते हुए लिखित तहरीर दी है। मामले की जांच की जा रही है। हालांकि समाचार लिखे जाने तक प्राथमिकी दर्ज नहीं हुई थी।

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Call husband for discussion and file more Criminal cases on him !! How women get moolah online !! :-(

  1. Wife files Crl. cases & hubby gets bail.
  2. Wife calls him 2 park 2 discuss. Files fresh cases of life threat etc & he almost looses bail.
  3. Now that wife got mutual consent WITH ALIMONY from husband that too digitally sitting in Germany !!

/////A walk in the park with his wife proved costly for husband, who ended up almost losing his bail and landing up in jail, if not for a High Court ruling in his favour. The couple were going through some disputes and the wife had filed criminal cases against her husband. When the man was out on bail, the woman invited him to a park to discuss the case. However, at the end of the walk, the woman ended up filing a new complaint that the man had threatened her.

Based on this complaint, his bail in the earlier cases was cancelled by the trial court. However, when the man approached the High Court, there was some reprieve for him. In the trial court, to support her claim that her husband had threatened her, the woman produced a complaint she had filed at the Begur police station. She had claimed the two had met in a park in Indiranagar for discussions where he threatened to kill her unless she withdrew the cases against him. The High Court said “the allegations made in the complaint, appear to be highly improbable and unbelievable. No material was produced before the (trial) court to support the allegations.” The police had not taken any action on the complaint and it was evident that the wife herself had called the husband to meet her at the park.

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Digital divorce: Statements of woman who lives in Germany recorded on Skype; HC directs family court to draw divorce decree

 

 

Digital divorce: Statements of woman who lives in Germany recorded on Skype; HC directs family court to draw divorce decree

Based on the ‘digital appearance’ of one of the parties in a matrimonial dispute, the High Court has accepted a couple’s settlement and directed a family court to dissolve the marriage. The woman is in Germany and appeared for mediation on Skype. She was identified by the advocates and family members and her statements were recorded by the Mediation Centre.

Both the man and woman are 31-year-olds. They had filed mutual complaints against each other. One of their cases reached the High Court, which directed them to appear before the Mediation Centre to try and reach a compromise. However, the woman now lives in Germany and there was no chance of her appearing physically for the mediation. Permission was granted for her to make a ‘digital appearance’.

The Mediation Centre recorded the statements of the couple and after discussions, arrived at the conclusion that both wanted the marriage to dissolve. The couple arrived at a compromise to withdraw cases against each other. The husband agreed to pay alimony as a final settlement. The report of the mediation was submitted to the HC by the Registrar (computers) as the recordings were done online. “The respondent, during the course of video-conference has agreed for terms of this settlement,” the report said.

Based on the report, the HC said it was accepting the settlement arrived between the couple. It said, “According to the report of the Registrar (computers), the petitioner has appeared digitally from the place where she is residing at present, Germany, and she had been identified by her counsel and also her father, who is a power of attorney holder when she made digital appearance and accordingly, the report has been submitted. In the light of both parties admitting the execution (of the agreement), there is no impediment for this Court in accepting the Memorandum of settlement.”

The HC said it was satisfied with the settlement and it needs to be presented before the family court (where the case is pending) by the parties. The family court was directed to “receive it and draw the decree in terms of settlement arrived at”.

Man learns life’s no walk in the park

A walk in the park with his wife proved costly for husband, who ended up almost losing his bail and landing up in jail, if not for a High Court ruling in his favour. The couple were going through some disputes and the wife had filed criminal cases against her husband. When the man was out on bail, the woman invited him to a park to discuss the case. However, at the end of the walk, the woman ended up filing a new complaint that the man had threatened her.

Based on this complaint, his bail in the earlier cases was cancelled by the trial court. However, when the man approached the High Court, there was some reprieve for him. In the trial court, to support her claim that her husband had threatened her, the woman produced a complaint she had filed at the Begur police station. She had claimed the two had met in a park in Indiranagar for discussions where he threatened to kill her unless she withdrew the cases against him. The High Court said “the allegations made in the complaint, appear to be highly improbable and unbelievable. No material was produced before the (trial) court to support the allegations.” The police had not taken any action on the complaint and it was evident that the wife herself had called the husband to meet her at the park.

The HC said the complaint by the wife was an attempt to get her husband’s bail cancelled. “The manner in which the allegations are levelled against the petitioner (husband) manifest that it is only with a view to create a ground for seeking cancellation of the bail,” the HC said. The HC pointed to the mistake of the trial court and said, “Having regard to the animosity between the parties, the trial court should not have taken the allegations made in the complaint at its face value.”

 

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Bangalore mirror – July 21 2018

#Journalist commits #suicide due to #FakeRape case threat & #5crores demand !! Sacked woman journalist threatened him

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MP journalist death: Woman scribe booked for abetting suicide

Indore, Jul 20 (PTI) An FIR was filed today against a woman scribe for allegedly abetting the suicide of senior journalist Kalpesh Yagnik, group editor of Dainik Bhaskar, the police said.

The woman, was miffed with Yagnik (55) after being sacked from the newspaper and had allegedly threatened to implicate him in false cases if she was not reinstated, Additional Superintendent of Police (ASP) Shailendra Singh told PTI.

He said a first information report had been filed at the MIG police station here against the 40-year-old woman scribe on the basis of initial investigation and statements of Yagnik’s relatives.

She has been booked under IPC section 306 (abetment of suicide) and other relevant sections, he added.

“The woman journalist has not been arrested yet and a detailed investigation is underway,” the ASP said.

The police suspect that on the night of July 12 Yagnik jumped off the roof of the three-storey building on A B Road here that houses the office of the newspaper.

Shortly before his death, Yagnik had met Additional Director General (ADG) of Indore Range Ajay Kumar Sharma and complained that a woman scribe was allegedly threatening to implicate him in false cases if he did not take her back in the job.

According to the ADG, Yagnik had requested him to hear his side if the woman journalist files a police complaint against him.

Sharma had said Yagnik had given a formal application to him in this regard.

“But he did not demand any legal action against the woman journalist,” the ADG had said. PTI HWP ADU RSY DIV DIV

False accused husband commits suicide ! Family blocks highway, inlaws booked for suicide. Husband was jailed for wife’s death !!

Man booked for wife’s murder, commits suicide; in-laws booked for abetment of suicide | Ludhiana News

Jaskaran Singh

 

Suicide

 

AMBALA: A resident of village Naggal, identified as Randhir Singh, committed suicide on Thursday after hanging himself to the same ceiling fan to which his wife had also hanged herself on July 7, 2017.

Randhir’s wife Narinder Kaur, a resident of village Naneola had committed suicide due to harassment for dowry by Randhir’s family, alleged Narinder’s family. On the complaint of Narinder’s family, Randhir was booked under section 304B (dowry death) of Indian Penal Code (IPC) for the murder of her wife Narinder and was in jail since his arrest and after taking bail from high court on May 19, he had came home on May 20.

“Last year, the family members of Narinder had filed a complaint against Randhir, his elder brother Mandeep Singh and his father Gurcharan Singh accusing them of harassing Narinder and killing after strangulating her, but it later was later converted to dowry death case after investigation”, said a cop.

On Thursday, Randhir committed suicide and the police reached on the spot and took his body to the civil hospital. While checking the body, the police team founded a six-page suicide note from the Randhir’s pocket, in which he had written that the persons responsible for his death were his brother-in-law Gurdhian Singh, two uncles and an aunt at his in-laws.

After the postmortem n Thursday, the kin of Randhir blocked the Ambala–Jagadhri road and a traffic jam was witnessed. The family members alleged that their son was falsely implicated in the dowry death case of his wife under a conspiracy by his in-laws. They demanded strict action and registration of case against the in-laws of Randhir. Later, the senior police officials reached the spot and assured Randhir’s family members of taking action as per law.

On the complaint of Mandeep Singh, brother of Randhir, Mahesh Nagar police station has registered a case against four accused, all members of Randhir’s in-laws family. The case has been registered under section 306 (abetment of suicide) and 34 (acts done by several persons in furtherance of common intention) of IPC.

Investigating officer, assistant sub-inspector Ashok said, “

On Monday, the recovered suicide note will be sent to the Fingerprint Bureau, Haryana Police, Madhuban for handwriting inspection and as per the report from the bureau, further action will be taken in this case. The body of the deceased Randhir was handed over to the family members and his cremation was conducted peacefully in the presence of the police.”

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times of india