Eloped woman wants to live with mother

Published: 24th July 2013 08:12 AM  |   Last Updated: 24th July 2013 08:12 AM   |  A+A-

A woman who eloped with her paramour who was believed to have been murdered appeared before Thiruvanmiyur police and opted to go with her mother here on Monday. The woman Gangadevi said she had taken the decision as life with her husband for eight years and with paramour for two weeks turned sour.

Ganga Devi, who was married to a software professional Saravanan in 2005 left her house last week with her paramour Karthik whom she came across while visiting her mother’s home. Her husband preferred a complaint with the Thiruvanmiyur Police.

Meanwhile, a decomposed body of a woman was found in a gunny bag in Vellore which the relatives claimed to be that of Ganga Devi and the cops decided to go for a DNA test for proper identification.

Learning from newspaper reports that her family was believing that she was murdered, Ganga Devi called up her brother and informed that she was alive and would return home. She appeared at the Thiruvanmiyur Police Station on Monday and recorded her statement.

After she denied theories of kidnap, the missing complaint lodged by her husband was dropped. Both Karthik and Saravanan waited until she registered her statement only to learn that she had lost interest in both of them as neither of them treated her kindly.

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