Mother stuck in Dubai, woman files cheating case against couple

SHAINAZ Sangolli from Angol has filed a cheating case against Shamshuddin Makandar and his wife Wahida at Camp area for not bringing back her mother from Dubai.

Published: 06th December 2017 02:08 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th December 2017 07:08 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

BELAGAVI: Shainaz Sangolli from Angol has filed a cheating case against Shamshuddin Makandar and his wife Wahida at Camp area for not bringing back her mother from Dubai. She has also appealed to the district administration to pressurise the Union government to get her mother back to the nation.
In her complaints to the Deputy Commissioner and the Police Commissioner, Shainaz said her mother Zarina Sangolli, a widow, through Makandar had gone to Dubai as a house maid ten months ago. The couple had told Zarina that she would  get salary of `20,000 per month and would be provided free food and accommodation by the family where she works.

A few days after reaching Dubai, Shainaz  said her mother called her and told she was being harassed by the family where she was working and she wanted to come back. She also said that she was not in a position to do the work being given.Shainaz told the same to Makandar couple who had told her to give them `70,000 to bring her mother back. The girl said she had arranged the money by borrowing from people and gave it to Makandar couple a month ago.

However, the couple are now out of reach, she said and urged the administration to bring her mother back to India.Shainaz submitted her complaint to DC Ziyaullah and incharge police commissioner and DGP Northern Range K Ramchandra Rao.Shainaz told the reporters that her mother who is a 40-year-old widow might have been sold to the family where she is working in Dubai through agents and suspects that Makandar couple is behind the act.

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