Hyderabad man urges Rajasthan CM to help find his missing wife
A 28-year-old man from Hyderabad has appealed to Rajasthan chief minister Vasundhara Raje to help him find his wife, who was allegedly abducted by her parents.india Updated: Apr 27, 2016 12:09 IST
A 28-year-old man from Hyderabad has appealed to Rajasthan chief minister Vasundhara Raje to help him find his wife, who was allegedly abducted by her parents.
B Vinay Babu has requested the chief minister to take immediate measures to rescue his wife Mamata and ensure their reunion. According to Babu, Mamata was allegedly taken away by her family in March.
Babu, who works in a bank, fell in love with 23-year-old Mamata when she came to Hyderabad to visit her relatives in 2013. Mamata’s family opposed their wedding as Babu belonged to a different caste.
The couple, however, married in an Arya Samaj temple in February this year.
After the wedding, Mamata’s parents threatened the couple with dire consequences. Mamata had even approached police seeking protection.
On March 28, after Babu left for his office at least five to six people barged into the house and forcibly took Mamata away. He was informed by his mother about the incident over the phone.
He then lodged a complaint with Alwal police station and the police booked a case of kidnapping against Mamata’s parents and other relatives.
“We sent a team to Rampur village of Jodhpur district of Rajasthan. It reached the village with the help of local police but did not find them,” inspector of Alwal police station, Anand Reddy, told HT.
“Their whereabouts are still not known. Further evidence will be collected and based on this we may send another team,” the police officer said.
Babu is worried about Mamata and believes if she was fine, she would have definitely called him.