The Hush Post| 07:45pm| 2-min-read
Two girls from Moga in Punjab have written a letter with their blood to President Ram Nath Kovind. They wanted to bring to his notice legal cases they claim have been falsely filed against them.
According to a copy of the letter, the girls have claimed that they have been trapped in cheating cases and have been living in fear.
“Two false cases of kabutarbaazi (alleged visa fraud) and cheating have been filed against us under Section of 420 the Indian Penal Code. We have been requesting police to investigate the matter but they are not listening to us,” the girls were quoted as saying by news agency ANI.
“We have demanded euthanasia for the whole family if we do not receive justice,” they said.
However, Moga police officer Kuljinder Singh denied the allegations levelled against the police by the two girls.
He said that criminal cases are registered against these girls and investigation in the matter is taking place. “It took time as complainants who filed cases against the girls are not helping in the investigation even after we sent them a summons,” he added.
“I have heard they have sent a letter to the President but I have not received any official information in this regard,” he said.
According to the police, Nisha has allegedly refused to pay Rs 5 lakh that she had borrowed to send somebody in her family to Germany. Nisha, who runs a small business, however claims the complainant borrowed Rs 21.59 lakh from her, and then refused to pay her back, instead manipulating the law to harass her.
The other girl, Amanjot Kaur, has been booked for fraud involving Rs 1.20 lakh, which she allegedly borrowed for buying a motorcycle but later sold off without paying back the loan, the police said.