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Uttar Pradesh: Woman finds out after 6 years that husband Sonu was actually Aslam, tortured when she protested, case filed

When the victim came to know about reality, she protested against her husband's deceit. However, Aslam and his brothers tried to quell her opposition by attempting to kill her.

In a sensational case in the Basti town of Uttar Pradesh, a woman has alleged that her husband Aslam of impersonating as Sonu and hiding his religion for marrying her. The lady claimed that she came to know about her husband’s real religion after 6 years of their marriage when she went to meet her in-laws. When she protested against her husband’s deception, Aslam allegedly tortured her and tried to strangulate her.

When OpIndia contacted the Kotwali police station of Basti town, the police personnel said that a case has been registered based on the complaint lodged by the woman against 4 individuals, including Aslam and an investigation has been launched in the case.

The police told OpIndia that the victim was married to Aslam six years ago and has a three-year-old child from the marriage. The victim has alleged that Aslam masqueraded himself as Sonu to develop an intimate relationship with her and marry her.

Read: Muslim man pretends to be a Hindu to marry the girl, tries to sell her off in Saudi Arabia

According to the police, the victim was married to a man named Santosh, with whom she had 2 children. However, due to some differences, Santosh and the woman started living separately. During that time, Aslam showed empathy for the woman and married her by portraying himself as Sonu.

Aslam and the victim started to live in a rented house since then. However, a few days ago when Aslam took his wife to his house in Kasai Bada, she realised that Aslam is a Muslim, not a Hindu as he projected himself to be.

Read: Rajasthan: One Asif pretends to be Suresh, intoxicates and gang rapes Hindu girl in hotel room

When the victim came to know about reality, she protested against her husband’s deceit. However, Aslam and his brothers tried to quell her opposition by attempting to kill her.
The woman alleges that Aslam and his brothers stabbed her and tried to strangulate her when she protested against Aslam’s subterfuge. The police have registered a case against Aslam and his brothers-Razzaq, Bhaijaan and Mohammed Islam and an investigation in the matter have been initiated.

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