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07/06/2010 at 9:43 AM #296AnonymousGuest
here im posting my story and the pain which we are suffereing due to the false complaint filled by my in laws on 11th April 2010.
Sir, I got married to a girl on 3rd may 2009. things were moving right till my wife visited her place after your honeymoon. She went on 2nd June 2009, we had allowed here to stay here at here place for 15days. But her parents didn’t drop her by the said date. I have to go personally and bring her home on 4th July 2009. Then her attitude for my parents changed drastically. She use to not obey the things directed to her also she use to fight with me for unnecessary reasons. They when i didn’t pay attention she uses to pinch me. Then due to this furstations i slapped her once. She reported this slapping to her parents. And also she use to misunderstand & create screens.
We have 2 floor house in Pune and the upper floor was ours. She use to sit there. Every time my parents had to call here. Also, her mother use to interfere in our personal life. She use to question me on my sex life.
This was well conveyed to her other relatives which were involved in arranging the marriage. But they refuse to interfere as my wifes parent didn’t involved them in this case.
When I brought her home on 4th July 2009, she did the same thing going and sitting in the room. My younger brother was suppose to leave for Chennai on same day and she didn’t even cooked food for anyone. So my mother scolded her for the same. On the same day she stated that she wont live in my house. So I again called her parents and relatives to some to the aid, but no one turned up.
Then she started touchuring me to send her home. She stopped eating Food, talking to anyone. Alos she was pregnant so I asked her to eat, she stated that if she didn’t eat neither she nor my child would die. So I hitted her on this sentences.
Then I asked her dad to take her away, her dad promised us that he would bring her within 7 days.Her Dad took her on 14th July 2009. But again the same happened, for three months she didn’t come back. When I used to call her, my mother in law use to pick the call and used to abuse me. Then I stopped ringing her.
Then she herself asked me to come and take her home again. Which I refused to do so, then for my unborn baby I got her back. Every thing was running smooth. But it started again as the delivery was scheduled. Her parents started asking me for taking her back to her place for delivery which I refused.
My wife got delivered on 16th Feb 2010, giving birth to a baby girl. Now, at the time of delivery we had called her mother for her aid. After coming her mother started abusing my parents on the delivery which was a cesarean. Her mother quoted that If she would have been in Akola, her delivery would have been normal etc, she didn’t even touched my baby. She had quarrel with my mother so we asked her to leave the hospital and return back to akola. They when I refuse to send her along with her on 4th day of delivery, she asked her daughter ,my wife not to sit quite and abuse my family members.
Then there were continued efforts to take her back home.Meanwhile She was not allowing me and my parents to touch the baby, so we tried to take the baby in our hands, she complaint her parents that my parents are not allowing her to touch her baby.As in Marathi, it’s not permissible to send newly delivered mother for 1 and half month, again her family members her MAMA, uncle came at our residence and abused my parents.
When I asked them regarding the abusement they have done, they started abusing me and threaten me to be taken to court. On the entire issue my wife was silent.
Then on 11th April 2010, her Dad loged a complaint in Police station and took my wife and my daughter along with them. The entire complaint lodged is flase.
Pls help me and guide me for further actions.
08/06/2010 at 3:53 AM #1620AnonymousGuest
Dear friend, this situation is not new in many of the family this happens. So you or your family have no need to disturb. Because of most attachment of your wife with her parents & with their interference in her life such problem is occurred. If it will be better to try stay separately from your parents them for some year at the most one year , there will be change in her.is the best solution. Both of them will come to know the real life. She will come to know her responsibilities. If it does not possible, it will be difficult to settle the matter. Complaint which is file by her father try to compound the same. Hence try to avoid all this. If no way is there & we want to break relations then only legal remedies are proper.
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10/06/2010 at 7:02 AM #1621AnonymousGuest
there’s a query!!!
Will i get the AB even after the my in-laws have filed a complaint against me and my family?????
The complaint made was diverted to NC instead of FIR. I’m not sure that the complaint was registered as NC or FIR??
10/06/2010 at 9:17 AM #1622AnonymousGuest
Could you plz let me know what is NC complaint and diff b/w NC and FIR ?
10/06/2010 at 10:01 AM #1623AnonymousGuest
F.I.R. means First Information Report, made to police, about commission of a cognizable offence, In effect, it amounts to putting law in to motion by giving information relating to the commission of a cognizable offence to an officer in charge of a police station, (which shall be reduced into writing and read over to the informant) and shall be signed by the person giving such information.
It is mandatory to give a copy of the first information report (as recorded by police) to the complainant or informant free of cost.
Non cognizable (NC) offense means in which a police officer has no authority to arrest without warrant.
14/06/2010 at 12:07 PM #1624AnonymousGuest
awaiting for ur reply!!!!
15/06/2010 at 3:53 AM #1625AnonymousGuest
N.c . means non cognizable. Police instruct to go in the court, being they have no right to tk cognizance. If cognizable police will register F.I.R. & starts to investigate the matter.
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