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NRI wife hunts for man who deserted her

punjab Updated: May 13, 2012 22:21 IST
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nileshni reddy

Nileshni Reddy, 34, from Auckland, New Zealand, is on a hunt for her husband, who might not even have disclosed to her his real name. An alleged imposter Ravi Sidhu alias Amarjit Singh Sidhu, a resident of Chota Saipur village, has allegedly deserted the woman after marrying her in August 2011.

The two met through the website in 2010.

"This man told me his wrong name. However, his address was correct. He simply went missing on April 26 this year, when we were staying in a New Delhi hotel."

Reddy says they married in a temple in the presence of the man's father.

"We stayed at a hotel after our marriage and I paid all the bills. Then, I went back to New Zealand for visa extension and came back to India in January this year."

"Since January, we had been staying in hotels as he took me to his house only once," she rued.

"Now, when I contacted his family members, I was told that the family had snapped all ties with him and were not in touch."

After lodging a complaint against her husband at an NRI police station, she claimed that she would not return to Auckland till the man is found.