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Family says she is killed by in-laws; Villagers smell rat as NC leaders play truant
Month on, police clueless on missing woman
8/23/2017 10:04:42 PM
Early Times Report

Rajouri, Aug 23: For the past over a month, the police have been unable to trace out a woman, Asha Devi who was missing since July 15, when her husband living in Sunderbani had taken her for treatment to a hospital in Jammu.
Devi's family fears that she had been killed by her in-laws as they were constantly torturing the woman since the day she got married.
38-year-old old Asha was married to Ashok Kumar who is accused of having been torturing her along with his parents and siblings. The couple has three kids.
As per the villagers, Ashok had ruthlessly beaten his wife on the fateful day and subsequently called a taxi to take her to Government Medical College Hospital Jammu for treatment. But even though Ashok returned home, the wife didn't.
When the villagers inquired, he said she was admitted in the hospital. But two days later, he secretly filed missing report with police station in Bakshi Nagar Jammu.
As the news about the filing of missing report reached Asha's family and native villagers of Nallah area in Sunderbani, they raised a hue and cry. Subsequently police station Sunderbani filed a case vide FIR number 89 of 2017 on July 18.
Though her husband, who is accused of attempt to murder was arrested along with his parents (mother Shaukutala Devi and father Krishen Lal) and a friend named Shoni, till now there has been no breakthrough as Asha continues to be missing.
Asha's own family believes that she has been killed as she was from a poor family. "She was an orphan and we have no big resources. So my poor daughter has been killed by these influential people," said Asha's mother as she broke down.
As per the complainants, what is shocking is that a day ahead of Asha's mysterious disappearance, her husband was in constant touch with his brother, Rakesh Kumar.
"He(Rakesh) had called his brother on phone 72 times before the incident and over 70 times after the incident in two days," the complainants said.
Asha's family says she has been killed and her body disposed off secretly. "We want our daughter back or we want her body," the family said.
The villagers said that a National Conference leader was trying to persuade Asha's family to "forget the matter." "He wants the matter be resolved 'amicably'. What is to be resolved amicably when our daughter is missing," the villagers said.
While the police said matter was being investigated, the locals have appealed the Director General of Police SP Vaid and the Inspector General of Police Jammu range to personally look into the matter.
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