Bride’ Used To Rob By Registering A Rape Case; Fourth Husband Filed A Case

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Nagpur, 4th May 2022: The case of ‘Looteri Dulhan’ has come to the fore in Nagpur. A woman named Meghali, along with her boyfriend Mayur Raju, used to target people. After falling in love trap, she would marry by blackmailing him and then get divorced after recovering lakhs of rupees. Finally, when Mahendra Rameshlal Vanwani, a resident of Hudco Colony, complained in this regard and then Meghali’s misdeeds came to light.


Police probing the case said that Meghali is originally from Wardha district but has now shifted to Nagpur. She got married for the first time in 2003. After this, they married in 2013, 2016 and 2021. After getting married, she used to file false cases against her husband and then extort money. After Vanwani filed the case, her reality came to the fore and it came to know that she had already married three times.


According to the information given by police, Vanwani had a vegetable shop in the Cotton Market of Nagpur. She came in contact with Vanwani on the pretext of buying vegetables at the shop. After that both of them started dating. In September last year, she came to Vanwani’s house and forced him to marry her. When he refused to marry, Meghali threatened to file a rape case. After this Vanwani married her. She also used to fight with her in-laws, so Meghali and Vanwani started living in a rented house.


Within a month of marriage, Meghali complained of rape against her husband. He got bail after spending 27 days in jail. Meanwhile, she demanded Rs 4 lakh from Vanwani. In April this year, she again filed a case against Vanwani. This time Vanwani was released from jail after two weeks. Later Vanwani comes to know that Meghali has married three people even before that. Police said that she had also complained against her earlier husbands and in-laws.


The police registered a case against Meghali and her boyfriend under sections 386, 420, 494, 496 and 497 of the IPC. Police said the court has given them two days’ police custody.