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Held for dowry harassment

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VANIYAMBADI: The Natrampalli police on Wednesday arrested a 30-year-old man working in the Border Security Force in West Bengal on charges of dowry harassment.

According to police, Parameswari (24), a resident of Melpannaithoppu in Mallapalli village, lodged a complaint against her husband Annamalai of the same village and 11 others on Wednesday. In her complaint, she said that she married Annamalai in 2009. He had taken her to Kolkata, where he was posted for duty. However, on getting a transfer, Annamalai brought Parameswari to Mallapalli and said that he would visit her every six months. When he came on leave recently, he wanted her to bring Rs. two lakh cash and 10 sovereigns of jewellery from her parents. He allegedly threatened to kill her. Parameswari lodged a complaint at the Natrampalli police station against Annamalai and 11 others, including her in-laws.

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