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Wednesday, 16 June 2021 8.07 AM IST

Remarriage with the connivance of the wife; man who cheated second wife of money and gold arrested

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MAVELIKKARA: A man who got remarried with the connivance of the first wife was arrested for cheating his 'new wife' and stealing 30 kg of gold and Rs 28 lakh from her. The arrested has been identified as Kottayam Chengalam native KK Maneesh (36). Maneesh was arrested from his house by the Mavelikara police. His first wife has also been named as an accused in the case.

According to police, Maneesh was arrested following an investigation on the complaint lodged by a Chettikulangara native woman who works in Bahrain. The woman was divorced from her first marriage. When she contacted Maneesh after seeing his remarriage advertisement, he told her that he was in the automobile business, had studied engineering, and that his first wife had died. Following this, the two got married on October 27, 2020.

After the marriage, Maneesh took her to a house in Thalayolaparambu. The woman returned to Bahrain one month after the marriage. Last month, she took Maneesh to Bahrain. However, she became suspicious about Maneesh after he refused to go for a job interview in Bahrain. Upon investigation, she learnt that his first wife was alive and that they have not separated.

The woman then contacted the embassy and Maneesh was sent home. The woman later sent a complaint to the district police chief. According to the complaint, Maneesh has stolen her gold and cash. Maneesh was arrested from his home in Kottayam by CI G Praiju, SI S Minumol, and senior civil police officers N Sudhi and S Bijukumar.

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