Husband, His Friend Hurt in Attack by Singer’'s Kin

Published: 14th March 2016 03:57 AM  |   Last Updated: 14th March 2016 03:57 AM   |  A+A-


HYDERABAD: Folk singer Madhu Priya, who lodged a police complaint on Saturday accusing her husband Srikanth of harassing her mentally and physically and was counselled by the police, said on Sunday that Srikanth was a good guy. Humayunnagar police, with the assistance of psychologists, conducted four-hour-long counselling for Madhu Priya and Srikanth in the presence of their parents.

Talking to mediapersons after attending the first counselling session, Madhu Priya said the counselling session had yielded good result and scope to settle the disputes that arose place between her and her husband. However, she sought 10 days’ time to take a decision on leading marital life again with Srikanth.

Replying to a query, Madhu Priya said that Srikanth was a good guy.

“I will spend my time with my parents at least for ten days and things will come to normal by then. Amicable discussions during the second counselling session will help us  clear all misunderstandings and saettle the disputes,” she said.

Humayunnagar police inspector Ravinder said they provided counselling to Madhu Priya and her husband Srikanth. “There is a hope of settling the couple’s marital disputes. We will counsel the couple again,” he added.

Prior to the counselling session held at the Humayunnagar police station, Srikanth and his friends, who had gone to Madhu Priya’s residence at Ramanthapur to discuss the issues with Madhu Priya, were assaulted allegedly by her family members and relatives. Srikanth and a friend Mohammed Nayeem were injured in the attack. On Saturday, Madhu Priya lodged a complaint against Srikanth .

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