As usual, the police has promptly dispatched team to arrest the accused… see another post just few days back about police treating live-in relationship gone sour as rape!
A jilted lover lodged a complaint against her former lover on Sunday after he dumped her and tried to marry someone else. The 29-year-old engineer was in love with Jitendra Vasant Patil , a resident of Nandurbar, for the past four years.
According to the Shivajinagar police, the victim claimed that Patil forced her to have a physical relationship with him, saying he wanted to marry her.
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Patil, an interior designer, was introduced to the victim through a common friend in Kothrud in 2006.
The woman, who was working with Infosys in Wakad till April last year, left her job and went back to her home in Nandurbar.
Patil had recently told her he was going on some official business to Delhi but instead went back home to Nandurbar. The victim came to know about Patil’s impending marriage with another woman on May 28 through a friend. She registered a complaint the next day in Nadurbar. Patil’s marriage was later called off.
“As her lover tried to get married to another girl recently, the victim realized she had been duped and filed a case of rape in Nandurbar police station,” said investigating officer PI Maya Bankar. “As the incident happened in Pune and the girl stays in Kothrud, the case was transferred to the Kothrud police station.”
The case was later transferred from Kothrud to Shivajinagar police station as the alleged crime occurred under its jurisdiction. Initial investigations revealed that the couple had stayed at various hotels from 2006 till recently, and most of these were in Shivajinagar. Bankar checked with Hotel Dwarka and found Patil and the complainant had stayed there on many occasions in 2006.
“We have sent a team to Nandurbar to arrest Patil,” said Bankar.