Forsaken By Her NRI Husband, Punjabi Woman Seeks Sushma Swaraj’s Help

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Press Trust of India | Updated: April 11, 2017 10:42 IST

Chand Deep Kaur's better half Ramandeep Singh betrayed her after their wedding and went to New Zealand
Chand Deep Kaur’s better half Ramandeep Singh betrayed her after their wedding and went to New Zealand

CHANDIGARH: A 29-year-old lady who has been forsaken by her NRI spouse has looked for assistance from External Illicit relationships Minister Sushma Swaraj. She has asked for the clergyman to get him expelled from New Zealand. In spite of the fact that her significant other, Ramandeep Singh, has been pronounced a declared guilty party by the Punjab Police, Chand Deep Kaur has asked for Ms Swaraj for help, saying that she needs to set an illustration so that no other Non-Resident Indian tricks his better half.

“I have looked for (Sushma) Swaraj’s assistance in getting my significant other expelled. He is in New Zealand,” Ms Kaur, who is situated in Kapurthala, said.

She likewise needs her better half’s identification to be crossed out. “I need to set an illustration so that no other NRI spouse can ever set out to cheat a lady. I additionally need stringent laws set up to check such men,” she said.

Ms Kaur said she has gotten a call from the service to send important records regarding her case. “I need him back here for separation so I can begin my life once more,” she said.

Chand Deep Kaur wedded Ramandeep Singh, who was acting as a bookkeeper in Auckland, in July 2015. “Not long after our wedding he came back to New Zealand, in August 2015,” Ms Kaur said. “I remained with him at his family’s home in Jalandhar,” she said. “He came back to India quickly in December 2015 and backpedaled to New Zealand in January 2016,” she said.

“I spent only 40-45 days with my significant other,” she said. She claimed that the conduct of her in-laws changed after marriage. “They disclosed to me that they had repudiated Ramandeep so I ought to move back with my folks,” Ms Kaur guaranteed.

“I had a go at calling my significant other over and over, however he didn’t react. I even attempted to contact individuals from my in-laws’ family yet they additionally declined to react, and obstructed my number rather,” she said.

She then stopped a protestation against her significant other in August 2016. He was reserved under charges of criminal break of trust, among different segments of the Indian Penal Code. A post round was additionally issued against Ramandeep, she said.

A police official in Jalandhar later said Ramandeep was pronounced a broadcasted guilty party in February 2017.