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Saturday, 20 July 2024 4.10 AM IST

‘Decided to live with wife, case should be cancelled,’ new twist in Pantheerankavu case

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KOZHIKODE: The sensational Pantheerankavu dowry harassment case has reached a settlement. Rahul P Gopal informed the Kerala High Court that he has decided to live with his wife. Rahul also requested the court to accept his wife's affidavit and quash the case against him. The court will consider his case today.

The woman's initial statement was that she was brutally beaten by her husband and family for dowry. The woman retracted her statement a few days ago. The woman later said that Rahul had not beaten her and had given the statement against Rahul on the insistence of her family.


Rahul approached the court requesting cancellation of the case registered by Pantheerankavu police after this. The high court is likely to accept Rahul's plea in the wake of the allegations withdrawn by the woman.


The woman’s parents had lodged a missing complaint. The police later took the woman, who was in Delhi, in custody. The woman told the magistrate that she does not want to go with her family. The police then closed the case and dropped the woman at the airport.

The woman had earlier said in a YouTube video that she filed the domestic violence complaint against her husband Rahul due to pressure from her relatives. The woman had revealed that it was a lie saying that her husband brutally beat her for dowry and that she feels guilty for raising the allegation. The woman had then said that she wants to go with Rahul.

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