A 28-year-old woman’s five-year long live-in relationship proved to be quite costly. Surekha (name changed), who hails from Kolkata, lost her parents at a very young age and moved to the city around 12 years ago. She works at a spa after completing her education.

Surekha met Nandish Kumar, 26, in 2014 at the same spa. Nandish and Surekha fell in love and decided to stay in a live-in relationship. Surekha informed her aunt about the relationship, who gave her approval. According to the victim, Nandish Kumar was financially dependent on her and used to spend her money for buying mobile, laptop and other gadgets.

Nandish allegedly forced Surekha to get physical with him. Surekha became pregnant and asked Nandish to marry her. But Nandish wasn’t ready for marriage and convinced Surekha to undergo for an abortion. He told that he wanted to concentrate on work. Surekha believed him and underwent an abortion.

Surekha alleged that Nandish and his family members took money from her citing financial problems. Nandish refused to marry Surekha despite her waiting for a long time. Surekha also alleged that Nandish’s brother, Raghavendra threatened rape if she files a police complaint against their family.



Surekha told Bangalore Mirror, “Nandish cheated me. He quit the spa and joined an animation course, whose Rs 1 lakh fee was paid by me. I looked after all his expenses during the relationship. His mother also took money from me. I spent around Rs 3-4 lakh on him and his family members. I’m an outsider, so his brother even threatened rape. I shouldn’t have waited five years for Nandish. He took advantage of my innocence,” she added.

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An FIR has been registered at RT Nagar police station under sections 506 (Punishment for criminal intimidation), 420 (Punishment for cheating), 354 (Assault or criminal force to woman with intent to outrage her modesty).

An official from the police station told Bangalore Mirror “The accused and his family members are absconding we are searching for them” added

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