Not entitled to escape from arrest: 5 marriages done for son except Divyang daughter-in-law, if the case is filed for bail, the court said – cannot escape from arrest

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A person who has arranged five marriages of a son without divorce, leaving 80 percent handicapped daughter-in-law and 90 percent handicapped grandson is not entitled to escape from arrest. With these observations, the Punjab-Haryana High Court dismissed the anticipatory bail plea of ​​Ajaib Singh, a resident of Sunam. Justice Jasjit Singh Bedi said in the judgment that Ajaib Singh has been an active participant in the marriages of his son Amarjeet Singh, the marriage documents bearing his signature.

In such a situation, police custodial interrogation is necessary to unravel this serious crime and the mystery behind the son’s marriages, in such a situation the benefit of evading arrest cannot be given. On the complaint of Baljinder Singh, Sunam police had registered an FIR against Ajaib Singh and his son Amarjeet Singh in a cheating case on March 7, 2022. Baljinder said that his sister was married to Amarjeet in the year 2001. The marriage produced a son in the year 2003 and a daughter in the year 2005. The son is 90 percent and his sister is 80 percent disabled. The complaint said that the sister and her children were dropped at their home. Amarjeet did a total of five marriages one after the other without getting divorced. In this way not only he but other women were also cheated. On the complaint, the police registered a case of cheating.

Daughter-in-law said – If father-in-law wanted, would have opposed his son… would have given us financial security

During the hearing, opposing the anticipatory bail of the father-in-law on behalf of the daughter-in-law, it was said that the father-in-law could have opposed the marriages of his son if he wanted, but it did not happen. On the contrary, the son has his consent to these marriages, the marriage documents are signed by him which proves that he is agreeable to these marriages. It was told in the court that if the father-in-law wanted, he could have ensured the financial security of the handicapped daughter-in-law and grandson, but this was not done either. In these circumstances, the bail application should be dismissed by not giving the benefit of escape from arrest.

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