Hojai: Wife In Parlour, Husband Disappears With Son
Biswajit left his wife in a parlour and disappeared with their one-and-a-half-year-old son. Meanwhile, the wife came out of the parlour and started searching for her husband and son.
HOJAI: The incident of a man's disappearance with his son leaving his wife in a parlour has created a sensation in the Hojai district of Assam. The wife named Mamoni Das, a resident of Lumding, was married to Biswajit Das two years ago.
Biswajit got married to Mamani, saying that he was from North Vidyanagar of Hojai even though he has never introduced his wife to his family nor he brought her home. The couple, reportedly, stayed in a rented accommodation in Lumding. But a few days ago, her husband had gone to Delhi for work. He returned from Delhi to Hojai on the day of Chhath Puja.
As per sources, On Thursday, Biswajit, along with his wife and children, went to Hojai for shopping. He stayed the night at his wife's house. And the next day, Biswajit left his wife in a parlour and ran away with their one-and-a-half-year-old son. Meanwhile, the wife came out of the parlour and started searching for her husband and son.
Since then, Mamani Das has been looking for her husband with her mother. But they got no clue till the time the news came to light. As a result, the wife is now approaching the police against her husband. She has also accused her husband of abducting their one-and-a-half-year-old child.
The number of matrimonial offences is steadily rising, and not only women but also males are now equally at risk of being the victims of these offences. Matrimonial offences are those that one or both of the spouses commits against the other. However, the Indian Penal Code offers numerous matrimonial protections, some of which are applicable to both spouses.
Men who force women to become concubines but trick them into believing they are their wives are punished under IPC Section 493. This crime is committed by a person who convinces a woman that he is of the same race or religion as her while also making her believe that their union will be legal, despite the fact that they are both aware that such a union is against the law. Minors are more susceptible to being duped than adults. According to the Calcutta High Court, a violation of this law may also be punished as rape under section 375.
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