Punjab Girls Ask President For Justice Or Euthanasia
Two girls from Moga city in Punjab have written a letter in blood to President Ram Nath Kovind, seeking help in the “false cases” filed against them and demanded euthanasia for the whole family if they did not get justice.
An ANI report published in India Today says the complainants said they were being threatened on the pretext of false Kabutarbaazi and cheating cases registered against them because of which they were living in fear.
Nisha and Aman Jot Kaur told ANI: “Two false cases of Kabutarbaazi and cheating and fraud have been filed against us under Section of 420 the IPC. We have been urging police to investigate the matter as we have been trapped in false cases but they are not listening to us. We have demanded euthanasia for the whole family if we do not receive justice.”
Moga Police DSP Kuljinder Singh, however, denied the allegations. He said criminal cases are registered against these girls and investigation is underway.
“These two came to me and told me that they do financial work. They received a cheque on the basis of security and another party filed a case as they considered them as agents, who have given money to send their son abroad.”