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Man Abducts Wife

Ajai visited his estranged wife and tried to convince her to go with him. When she refused, he pushed her into a car and drove away

Published: 26th April 2014 09:48 AM  |   Last Updated: 26th April 2014 09:48 AM   |  A+A-

Police are on a massive manhunt for 24-year-old Ajai, who is said to have abducted his 21-year-old wife K S Deepa from a nursing home in Kengeri.

According to police sources, Deepa, from Kanakapura, and Ajai, from HAL, got married about a year ago. The two lived in Lakkasandra.

About a month ago, they had a fight and Deepa decided to move out. Around 15 days ago, she began working as a receptionist at a nursing home in Kengeri.

On Friday, Ajai allegedly hired an Innova from Lakshmi Travels in Lakkasandra, where his friend Mahesh works. Both of them went to the nursing home in Kengeri. Ajai asked Deepa to come with him, but she refused, leading to a heated argument at the reception bay. Deepa was asked to either take the rest of the day off or talk to Ajai outside. When she went out, Ajai pushed her into the vehicle and drove away. Police have managed to locate Mahesh and are questioning him.

Woman Commits Suicide

A 25-year-old mother of two committed suicide by drinking poison on Thursday afternoon in Avalahalli. She died in a hospital in KR Puram late on Thursday night.

According to the Avalahalli police, Shilpa, a housewife, had been complaining of stomach pain for the last one year.  She consumed the poison when the pain became unbearable, they said. Her husband Muniraju took her to a hospital, where she died.

Shilpa and Muniraju, an electrician, were married for six years and have two children — a five-year-old boy and a three-year-old girl. 

 

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