Shameful! 67-year-old man used to have unnatural relationship with 27 years younger wife, court rejects plea

Indore: The district court in Indore, MP has rejected the anticipatory bail plea of a Sarafa trader. The 67-year-old Sarafa trader has been accused of having an unnatural relationship with his wife, 27 years younger than him. The woman had said that on the first night of her marriage, the criminal had forced her to have an unnatural relationship in a foreign style. According to reports, the culprit has been identified as Girish Kumar Soni. Girish hails from Gujarat. Girish's wife is 27 years younger than him.

The same woman says her husband doesn't have teeth. He applies fake teeth. The criminal used to cut off the limbs of the victim with fake wicks and hurt her. He had taken the woman for a ride to Udaipur. Where the offender had unnatural relations with the wife. When the victim protested, the criminal threatened to kill her family. He said that I have a business worth crores. If you tell anyone, I will finish the family in Indore sitting in Gujarat. After which the victim gathered courage and reached the women's police station, Indore and got the complaint registered. Not only this, but the woman also showed the wound marks on her body to the police. When the police got the medical done, the wounds were confirmed.

On the basis of the same evidence, the court rejected the anticipatory bail application considering it as a serious offence. Ordered the police that arrest should be made soon and fake teeth of the criminal should be confiscated. It is being said that the first wife of the criminal had died during the Corona period. Thereafter, there was talk of the relationship between the offender and the victim through relatives. Both got married in October 2021. From the very first night of marriage, the offender started having sex in a wrong way and continued doing the same later.

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