In-law party claims to marry daughter-in-law Salman Khan, photo presented in evidence! Read the whole truth
The Kutumb Court has given a ruling in favor of the queen, reprimanding the in-laws in the case. The in-laws have now appealed in the High Court against the order of the Kutumb court.
Bilaspur. A unique case has come up in the Chhattisgarh High Court. Here the daughter-in-law does not get the job of the deceased son, so the in-laws presented fake photo of the daughter-in-law's wedding (Fake Photo) as evidence in the court. In the picture, the woman is shown to be married to film star Salman Khan. By presenting the photo, the in-laws have claimed that their daughter-in-law is already married (Married). Because of this, he should not be given the job and facilities of the deceased son.
This picture has also been presented in Kutumb Court and High Court. The family court ruled in favor of the daughter-in-law. The well-off have appealed against this decision in the High Court. Now the next hearing of this case will be after 4 weeks.
This is the whole matter
Actually, this whole matter is related to Basantlal living in Baikunthpur in Korea district. Basantlal was married to a woman named Rani. According to Rani's lawyer (Advocate) Ashok Shukla, Basantlal, who works at SECL Colliery, committed suicide by hanging himself in the year 2013. After this, the family members of Basantlal did not consider the queen as their daughter-in-law and drove her out of the house. It is being told that Rani's in-laws did not want her to get the benefits of Compassionate Appointment and after death. This matter reached the Family Court of Baikunthpur.
In-laws presented fake photos
In the Kutumb court of Baikunthpur, Rani's in-laws refused to accept her as his daughter-in-law. Also said that she is married to film actor Salman Khan. For this, he also presented a photo of Rani and Salman Khan in the court as proof.
The court has ruled in favor of Rani, reprimanding her in-laws in the case. The in-laws have now appealed in the High Court against the order of the Kutumb court. In the preliminary hearing of this case, a single bench of Justice Gautam Bhaduri of the High Court has issued a notice to Rani. The next hearing of this case will be after 4 weeks.
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In a guest lecture on “Police and Media Relations in the Era of Information”, organized by Department of Mass Communication and Journalism (MCJ), Mr. Ansari, IPS said that media and police are two integral pillars of democracy. Both are important for a healthy democracy.
Addressing the students, Mr. Ansari noted that the image of both media and police is not very positive in society.
However, both play a unique role in keeping society safe and healthy.