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Sunday, 16 June 2024 2.44 PM IST

Police say Rahul does not have German citizenship; Case may be filed against mother and sister

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KOZHIKODE: Police stated that Rahul, the accused in the Pantirankaav domestic violence case, does not have German citizenship. The investigation team found that he still holds an Indian passport. Rahul's mother, Usha Kumari, had earlier claimed that her son has German citizenship.

The complainant's family alleged that Rahul had entered Germany. Additionally, his friend Rajesh testified that Rahul had gone to Germany. The Special Branch reported that he left for a foreign country via Bengaluru. A blue corner notice has been issued with the help of Interpol to trace Rahul.

Dowry harassment charges may be filed against Rahul's mother and sister. Both of them have already been issued notices to appear for questioning but have not yet done so. Reports indicate that Usha Kumari is undergoing treatment at Kozhikode Medical College.

Rahul's bank account was previously frozen and there are reports of attempts to freeze his accounts abroad. Rahul was at home on the day the Pantirankaav police registered the domestic violence case. He went into hiding when he realized that an attempted murder charge might be filed against him.

On May 5th, Rahul, who is a native of Kottayam, married a woman from Kochi in Guruvayur. The accused brutally beat the young woman on May 11th. It is reported that he had only recently started living in Kozhikode.

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