Jalandhar resident booked for harassing wife on Facebook

The incident was reported after the victim approached the police and complained about being intimidated from an unknown ID

Jalandhar resident booked for harassing wife on Facebook

Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, April 18

The cops at the police division No. five on Sunday registered a case against a man who used to send indecent messages and images to his wife on social media sites. The incident was reported after the victim approached the police and complained about being intimidated and harassed from an unknown ID. She also filed a complaint against the same with the cyber crime cell. Following which the cyber crime cops found that the accused was her husband, who was using various fake ID’s to harass his wife.

The accused was identified as Jairaz, alias Babbu, a resident of Manjit Nagar.

The investigation by the police further revealed that Jairaj and his wife were not in good terms and the victim had also lodged a complaint against him. When the police questioned her husband, he refused to tell anything. Tracing Facebook accounts of the couple disclosed the matter. It was found out that the woman’s husband was harassing her by sending vulgar messages. According to the police, the accused had maintained several Facebook accounts with different phone numbers. The police have registered a case under the IT Act against the accused. While he is absconding, the police have launched the search operation to trace him.

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