#HusbandMurder has become an everyday report from different parts of the country. Mainstream TV media completely ignores these stories, while they would run endless primetime debates with same self proclaimed women’s rights activists…to keep abusing the male gender.
In yet another story reported from Punjab, the Ludhiana police has booked a woman and her parents on charges of culpable homicide not amounting to murder along with other sections of the IPC and IT Act.
Brij Nandan Singh Soin, a citizen of Singapore, died of cancer in March 2022. However, it is only now after 11-months, the police have booked his wife and her parents in the matter.
A case was registered in Ludhiana against his second wife Kamalpreet Kaur, and her parents Gurbaksh Singh and Samarjit Kaur, by Soin’s 26-year-old son Ashwin Nandan Singh Soin (from 1st wife).
Ashwin, who is also a Singapore citizen but presently residing in Sector 15, Chandigarh, had lodged a complaint with director, Bureau of Investigation, Punjab, alleging Kamalpreet had murdered his father and his body was cremated (burnt) rather than being buried according to rituals of Christianity to destroy proof of the murder. According to the FIR, Ashwin alleged the accused wife had not updated records mentioning his father’s death and withdrew money from his bank accounts. Ashwin had alleged he had filed a complaint with Mohali police in June 2022 and later approached the NRI wing.
Ashwin had alleged his father met Kamalpreet Kaur in India and both started living together. As his father divorced his mother, he and Kamalpreet Kaur had got married. His father was then detected with cancer and Kamalpreet had admitted him to a private hospital in Zirakpur. When doctors told her that his condition was serious, she had allegedly got him discharged against doctors’ advice, forged will papers and transferred Rs 15 lakh from his account. The entire property was also transferred in the name of Kamalpreet on forged documents, FIR stated.
Kamalpreet, and her father and mother have been booked under Sections 304, 419, 420, 120-B of the IPC and under sections 66-C and 66-D of the IT Act.
- NCRB does not record murders of married men by their wives – for numerous reasons such as wife’s illicit affair, property matters, others
- Thus, the overall NCRB report that only projects crimes against women, is an incomplete and misleading picture of what actually happens on ground
- As a society, we too are equally guilty of not outraging against such women for each one’s own respective reasons
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#Punjab: Second Wife & Her Parents Booked After 11-Months Of NRI Husband's Death
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