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Husband, 3 others try to kill her, 22-year-old goes to cops


NOIDA: A 22-year-old woman has filed a criticism against her husband and three others for allegedly looking to kill her and torturing her for the past three hundred and sixty five days.

Payal Yadav, a local of Uncha village in Aligarh, in her police criticism stated she met Pramod (29), an auto driver, in 2017 when she was running at a garment company in Sector 62. "He used to work as a driver there. We fell in love and decided to get married. After my parents death, I used to reside with my paternal uncle and his family. As they objected to my relationship with him, we had a court marriage in March 2018," Payal stated.

Within two months of the wedding, Payal got to understand that Pramod was already married and had four daughters from the first wife - Guddi. Payal stated that soon after the revelation, Guddi started interfering of their dating and her torture began. "When I was three months pregnant in October, Pramod stabbed me in the stomach and I suffered a miscarriage. My in-laws got me admitted to Charra hospital in Aligarh where I was treated for my wound. Pramod shifted to Noida while I stayed in Aligarh with his parents. After a few days, he started threatening me and asked me to shift to Noida," Payal stated.

After shifting to Noida, Pramod took her to a rented accommodation in Sector 71, where his first wife was additionally dwelling. Her ordeal endured here too as Pramod at the side of his cousins - Umesh and Munish - and Guddi started harassing her and demanded a motorcycle and Rs 50,000 cash.

Payal alleged that during January this year, Guddi thrashed Payal and locked her inside of a room. The four accused allegedly tried to kill her via pushing her out of a shifting auto in February. She suffered injuries in her head, fingers and legs and was admitted to a medical institution in Noida Extension. After her discharge from the medical institution on February 18, Payal - who works for a matrimonial web site - approached her employer and shared her ordeal.


Munna Lal Agrawal, an officer-bearer of Western UP Vyapar mandal who runs a matrimonial web site in Greater Noida's Alpha I, informed NewsTread that he determined to help her meet the SSP and lodge a police criticism.


"We tried to meet the SSP on Monday but he was unavailable. We met an officer on duty at the SSP office and the latter forwarded the matter to the women's police station," he stated.


When contacted, Rashmi Chaudhary, SHO, ladies's police station stated, "If the complaint has been forwarded to the police station on Monday, we will receive it by Tuesday morning."




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