Sponsored her trip to canada; but after reaching there, she didn’t keep in contact. The Nabha Sadar police have reserved a girl, her mother and brother on fraud charges after she allegedly severed ties with her husband and in-laws after settling in Canada. Her husband is still living in India.
Her father-in-law, Hardial Singh, of Ladhaheri village at Nabha, stated that Simranjit Kaur, of Ludhiana, had scored well in her IELTS examinations and they’d fixed her union with their son.
After a month or two, she returned to India for the union and went back to Canada over a few days.
“Following the marriage, we sent money to Simranjit twice for payment of her charges and she stopped answering our calls and went incommunicado despite being married to my son,” he said.
He added that they spent 30 lakh to help her settle in Canada but”she did not move the newspapers for her husband to settle there with her.
“When we sent her a message through a few relatives, asking for divorce, she asked for her mother lodged fake complaints . Following this, we needed to approach the authorities,” he added.
Nabha Sadar station house officer (SHO) Jai Inder Singh Randhawa said that the issue has been researched and a case was registered after obtaining sanction from the senior superintendent of police (SSP) office.
Simranjit, her mum Ramandeep Kaur, along with her brother Deepinder Singh have been booked under Sections 406 (criminal breach of trust), 420 (cheating and dishonestly inducing delivery of property), 120-B (criminal conspiracy) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).