Gender biased matrimonial laws are being misused in the best possible innovative ways by numerous women. In a recent case reported from West Bengal, a young man was wrongly arrested under Section 498-A IPC and sent to jail for over a month.
However, it has now been proven that a false case had been registered against him by preparing a fake marriage certificate.
Niladri Dutta (28), a Madhyamgram resident, was arrested under Sections 498A and 307 (attempt to murder) of IPC for cruelty against his ‘wife‘ in December 2022. However, after spending nearly 34-days in jail, Dutta was given bail.
Now, in an unbelievable turn of events, a woman named Bachendri Roy, a resident of Baguiati, has been nabbed from Salt Lake by Dum Dum police on Tuesday in connection with the same case. According to the police, Bachendri prepared a fake marriage certificate with Dutta and then lodged the false complaint against him.
Dutta and Roy are colleagues in an IT firm. According to the police officials, Roy had hatched the plot to put Dutta behind bars and teach him a lesson for breaking up with her. Dutta had earlier refused to marry Roy.
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Speaking with TOI, an officer said,
Investigation revealed the woman took another youth to a Dum Dum marriage registry office, who posed as Niladri Dutta, and submitted the copies of Dutta’s ID, including Aadhaar and voter cards, which she had taken from the victim on the pretext of reference in a job-related issue.
When the marriage registrar had asked why Dutta looked different from the photographs in the ID cards, Roy had told him it was due to an a critical illness and convinced him that the man accompanying her and the one of the ID cards was the same person.
The woman then submitted the fake marriage certificate to the Madhyamgram police station, while lodging the false complaint.
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Bankim Biswas, an officer of Dum Dum police station told TOI,
Investigation by a handwriting expert revealed that Dutta’s signature on the marriage certificate was fake and it was another youth who had signed on the document. We are also looking for the youth. Roy has confessed to her crime during interrogation.
The woman was produced in a Barasat court and remanded in police custody for three days.
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Statement by Accused
Dutta shared his ordeal and said,
I was shocked when Madhyamgram police arrested me under 498A, saying my ‘wife’ had complained against me. I told the police repeatedly that I wasn’t married. I had to spend 34 days in jail, after which I managed to get bail.
Dutta also alleged that Roy had demanded Rs 20 lakh from him to withdraw the complaint.
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- This is not just about misuse of laws by women, but also a big question on the investigating agencies and the process followed before arrest
- In India, men are randomly thrown behind bars on mere complaint filed by women (wives), particularly when the men cannot afford good lawyers to get them anticipatory bail
- While the accused woman in this case has been arrested, there would hardly be any serious implications against her actions
- India treats women as immature weaker sex that are pardoned under the shield of leniency and protection of this gender
- Of course, no one will even discuss and debate about the loss of reputation and respect for the man who had to spend 34-days in jail in a false 498A case
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