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Noida/Delhi chapter must get this story exposed.....
and get the culprits behind bars, not just getting the case closed.

Woman supposedly killed by in-laws found living with lover
13 Apr 2008, 0108 hrs IST,Lalit Kumar,TNN

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/Delh ... illed_by_i
n-laws_found_living_with_lover/articleshow/2947954.cms

GREATER NOIDA: A woman believed to have been abducted and murdered
by her in-laws was found living with her "lover" in Ghaziabad on
Friday. Four of her in-laws had spent five months in Dasna Jail for
the alleged crimes and were recently released on bail.

The police now say that they will present the woman, Munesh, before
a magistrate so that the process of quashing the case is
started. "We will simply close the case," said an officer.

The woman's father, Mehraj, had filed a complaint in Greater Noida's
Surajpur police station area on August 29 last year, accusing her in-
laws of abducting Munesh and her three children. In the report,
Mehraj, a resident of Dhanolti village, had named Munesh's mother-in-
law, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, and another man, as the
culprits.

Though none of the bodies had been traced, the Surajpur police filed
a chargesheet against the accused and they were remanded to judicial
custody by a local court, as the charges were of a serious nature.

According to sources, the accused began to collect evidence in their
defence when they were released on bail. "On Friday, they came to
know about one Pappu of Lal Kuan in Ghaziabad, who hails from
Aligarh. The woman's in-laws suspected that something was amiss and
took him to the area police post. There, on interrogation, Pappu
revealed that Munesh and her children were living with his parents
in their Aligarh village," said the police.

The Surajpur police later brought Munesh to her parents' home at
Greater Noida. Said Noida rural area superintendent of police A K
Vijeta: "Munesh's in-laws had been arrested on charges of abduction
and murder. We will now withdraw the charges and close the case."
Munesh's in-laws complained of "police bias" in the case and alleged
that the investigations had been wrapped up in haste. Munesh will
now be produced in court on April 15.

lalit.kumar@timesgroup.com


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