Crime Files: Wife’s Brothers Thrash Her Husband and Mother-in-Law

Hyderabad: Family discord and conflicts touched the extreme as a result of which, a woman, and her brothers attacked her husband and mother-in-law near Begum Bazaar. CCTV footage of the May 10 incident has gone viral on social media.

In the video, two men were seen hitting Rameshwar, the husband, with fists and logs. When his elderly mother Ganga Bai intervened to stop the men, they attacked her too. They then left the scene, leaving the injured mother and her son lying on the road.

According to the Begum Bazaar police, Rameshwar and his wife Santoshi, married for 12 years, had begun quarrelling recently. Five days before the incident, Santoshi’s father passed away in a motorcycle accident despite which the quarrels continued.

Santoshi called her brothers, who attacked Rameshwar and her mother-in-law Ganga Bai.

Begum Bazaar station house officer G. Vijay Kumar said they have filed cases against Santoshi, her two brothers, one of the brother’s wives and a brother’s father-in-law.

Meanwhile, Rameshwar said he and his mother had Rs 1.5 crore worth insurance and his wife could have attacked him to claim the amount. He alleged that the police have not taken any action on the criminals.

SHO Vijay Kumar said “All the accused in the case have been booked. We have arrested Santoshi. We will take action as per law.”

AP man arrested for cheating Indian students in US

Hyderabad cybercrime police arrested a man from Andhra Pradesh on Friday for cheating US-based Indian students by offering a 10 per cent discount on university semester fee.

Police arrested Kanolla Ashok Kumar, 28, based on a case filed by a Cyberabad resident, who had paid Rs 4,38,599 to get a 10% discount in the semester fee of his son studying in University of West Florida.

Officials said Ashok and his associates Tarun, who resides in the USA, and Waquar, who lives in New Delhi, used to work in different consultancy organisations and had access to student databases. With that, they are contacting students and telling them they can pay their semester fee for a discount of 10 per cent.

After collecting the amount, the fraudsters pay the fee with debit or credit cards. After showing the “Payment completed” status to the students, the fraudsters apply for a card chargeback and get their money back, and the student’s fee status goes back to “Fee unpaid”.

Officials seized a mobile phone from Ashok Kumar.

( Source : Deccan Chronicle )
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