Mail News Service
Jamshedpur, Nov 24: Priyanka Payal Kujur, the daughter of former deputy superintendent of police, FKN Kujur, has accused her in-laws of driving her out of home because she could not fulfill their demands for an expensive car as dowry. She has filed a complaint with the women’s police station in Sakchi.
In her complaint Kujur has informed the police that she had got married to Jaswant Singh Daniel, a resident of Prayagraj in Uttar Pradesh in 2018. A year later, she gave birth to a son. Kujur has alleged that since the birth of her son her in-laws had been demanding an Innova car.
Kujur has alleged that she was subjected to mental and physical torture regularly since 2019. Matters came to a pass recently when the in-laws drove her out of home because she could not meet their demand. In her complaint, Kujur has accused her mother-in-law Ranjana Singh Daniel, uncle-in-law Kenneth Marshal and another relative Bablu Marshal.
She has also told the police that her father had tried reason with her in-laws and expressed his inability to gift their choice of car. But, they had insulted him and refused to listen to his appeals. Kujur says that in September 2021 her husband had visited Jamshedpur and stayed in a hotel. He had visited her at home and threatened to marry a second time if she failed to pay the money needed to purchase the car soon. The complainant has alleged that when she fell ill after the incident and requested for her husband’s help, Daniel had rebuffed and abused her.
When her husband refused to meet her any further, on November 6, 2021, Kujur had visited Prayagraj without informing her family members. When she checked the locker in her almirah at her husband’s house, her gold ornaments were missing. Her husband later claimed that he had sold her ornaments.
When the matters took a turn for the worse, Kujur first dialed 100 to call the police and informed them about the incident. The police reached the spot and carried out an investigation into the missing necklace. Kujur later took up the matter with the Sakchi woman’s police station. All attempts made by the Sakchi women’s police station in-charge to intervene and resolve the dispute between the two went in vain.