Hyderabad: Rajendranagar police aborted a possible attack by a 23-year-old husband on his estranged 18-year-old wife. They had married two years ago and were separated.
According to a Rajendranagar police official, the accused, Sai Kiran, 23, and Swarna, 18 were neighbours in Moinabad, fell in love and got married.
The couple began quarrelling soon after, and they separated.
Swarna booked a case against Sai Kiran in Jubilee Hills police station. The couple underwent a family counselling session and gave an undertaking letter on July 9 to discuss issues.
Mr G. Suresh, Rajendranagar inspector. said Sai Kiran, under the influence of alcohol, went to Swarna’s residence in Bandlaguda with a sickle hidden in his shirt on Saturday morning.
“He parked his bike in front of Swarna’s residence and started hurling abuses at her, asking her to come back to him. If she did not, he threatened that he would kill her,” the inspector said.
The girl’s family immediately called the police. A police patrol rushed to Swarna’s residence in time and took Sai Kiran into custody. The police found a sickle while frisking him,” the inspector said.
Rajendranagar police has booked a case under Indian Penal Code Section 448 (punishment for house trespass) and 506 (punishment for criminal intimidation) and Section 25 of the Arms Act for carrying the sickle. Further investigation is underway....