Arab national held for cheating wife

HYDERABAD: A UAE national was arrested on Wednesday for harassing his wife from the city for additional dowry and also cheating her without taking her along with him even after marrying her. T

Published: 15th March 2012 03:10 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:35 PM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: A UAE national was arrested on Wednesday for harassing his wife from the city for additional dowry and also cheating her without taking her along with him even after marrying her. The accused, 49-year-old  Abdulla Suleiman Mohamed Alhantoubi Alnaqbi, married a woman from the Old City nearly two years ago but did not take her along with him.

According to police, the woman’s father, Mohd Shamshuddin was approached by a qazi, Ali Abdullah Rifai in 2009 with the proposal to get his daughter, Parveen Begum, married to the UAE national. On June 20, 2009, the marriage was performed at Shamshuddin’s house. Alnaqbi took the woman to a lodge and stayed there for four days. Later he went back to Dubai convincing her that he would come back and take her along with him.

After he left Hyderabad, he was never in contact with Parveen but whenever he visited Hyderabad he used to ask her  to spend time with him in  a lodge and harass her. On March 5, Alnaqbi called up Parveen and told her that he would be visiting Hyderabad and stay at Tourist hotel at Kacheguda for a day. When she went there, she was subjected to physical and mental torture and Alnaqbi also demanded Rs 1 lakh from her parents. He also warned that Parveen and her parents would be killed, if they did not pay the amount. Based on a complaint lodged by Parveen, Kalapathar police arrested Alnaqbi.

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