Amritsar woman who moved to Canada booked for defrauding husband

Amritsar woman who moved to Canada booked for defrauding husband

Tribune News Service

Amritsar, October 22

The police have booked a woman, along with her parents, for allegedly defrauding her husband after she moved to Canada. All expenses for sending her abroad were borne by her in-laws.

Following a probe and after taking the opinion of the district attorney, the police have booked the woman, identified as Randeep Kaur, and her parents Parminder Kaur and Rajinder Singh, both residents of Vallah. Nobody has been arrested so far.

Narinderpal Singh, a resident of Balsaran village, filed a complaint on March 31. He told the police that his son Harmanpreet Singh married Randeep Kaur in October, 2018. She had already cleared IELTS exams. After marriage, she asked her husband to send her to Canada saying she would invite him as well on spouse visa. He said he spent Rs 19 lakh on clearing Randeep’s paperwork for settling in Canada.

He alleged that after shifting to Canada, Randeep’s attitude changed and she started using foul language with them. She refused to take Harmanpreet Singh to Canada on spouse visa. He said her parents also supported her.

ASI Balkar Singh, Investigating Officer, said a case was registered following a probe conducted by Sub-Inspector Avtar Singh. He said a case under Sections 420 and 120-B of the IPC had been registered against Randeep and her parents, and efforts were on to nab them.

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