A woman from Punjab who desperately wanted divorce from her NRI husband, got him trapped in a false case. The man had returned from Italy just a couple of weeks ago and the wife conspired a plan to get him arrested. Fortunately for the husband, the plan did not succeed and the woman got exposed.
26-year-old woman, identified as Gagandeep Kaur, kept a packet of drugs in her husband’s car and sent a photograph of the same to her uncle 59-year-old uncle Manjit Singh, who runs a restaurant in Sultanpur Lodhi.
The police took Kaur and Manjit Singh of Makkhu locality on remand for two days. Also, a case of NDPS has been registered in Basti Bawa Khel police station. ACP (West) Palvinder Singh told media that the police was intimated about a car coming from Kapurthala side which had drugs in it.
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When the cops stopped the vehicle, they found about three and a quarter grams of heroin and 60 drug tablets from the back pocket of the driver’s seat. The police immediately arrested husband Ranjit Singh and his wife Gagandeep Kaur.
However, Singh clarified that he had just returned from Italy two-weeks ago, and that he never consumed any drugs. When the cops investigated Kaur’s mobile, they found the image of the drugs kept in the car, the same photograph which she had sent to her uncle.
Thereafter, reality unfolded and Gagandeep confessed that her uncle Manjit had ordered the drugs and given it to her. She then placed it in the car and sent a photo of the same to her uncle.
Kaur had asked Ranjit to take her to Jalandhar on pretext of buying some medicine. This is when the case opened up.
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