Case filed against woman who was sent abroad by husband, but refused to sponsor latter

Case filed against woman who was sent abroad by husband, but refused to sponsor latter

Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, October 13

A woman, sent abroad by her husband by spending lakhs of rupees, allegedly dumped the latter. The woman and her father have been booked for fraud under Section 420 of the IPC.

As per ane agreement, woman had to sponsor her husband after reaching the foreign land but

she backtracked.

The accused woman has been identified as Issa of Christian Colony, Batala. Her father Sehbaz has also been made accused in the case.

Complainant Imanual Bhatti of Dakha told the police that his son Akashdeep got married to Issa in February 2020. “The marriage was solemnised on the condition that the entire expenses of Issa’s study would be borne by Akashdeep’s family. After marriage, Issa went to Australia on study visa and Akashdeep’s parents sent over Rs 14 lakh to Issa for her study expenses.”

“Although Issa had sent sponsorship for Akashdeep, but later she forced him to withdraw the visa application. She even had heated arguments with Akashdeep, following which she herself stopped the process of visa,” alleged the complainant.

Investigation officer ASI Baljit Singh said a case of fraud was registered Issa and her father under Section 420 of the IPC yesterday and further probe is on.

Tribune Shorts


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