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Man forced wife into group sex, held

A Delhi businessman has been arrested on charges of forcing his wife into sex orgies.



Zeenews Bureau

New Delhi: In a shocking case of marital abuse, a Delhi businessman has been arrested on charges of forcing his wife into sex orgies with his family members and a business partner. The victim alleged that she was subjected to the ordeal for four years.

As per the victim, her husband Kuldeepak Arora used to torture her, and forced her into developing physical relationship with other men.

Kuldeepak Arora, who is an exporter, was nabbed from IGI Airport on the basis of a lookout notice issued against him following the lodging of an FIR in Surat, his wife’s hometown.

The other accused are still absconding.

Reports quoting police officials, said that the woman’s family met the Aroras through a matrimonial advertisement. She then met Kuldeepak in London in 2003, and they got married in Surat in April 2004.

The victim has told the police that, initially, everything seemed to work well but soon her in-laws began pressuring her for dowry. She also found out that she has been cheated into the marriage as Kuldeepak was a married man and had not divorced his first wife.

Soon after, her husband forced her into sexual relations with his brother, his brother-in-law and business partner.

After four years of torture, when it became unbearable, she left for her hometown and filed an FIR.

The FIR has been lodged under sections 498A (subjecting a married woman to cruelty), 307 (attempt to murder), 376 (rape), 377 (unnatural offences), 506(2) (criminal intimidation) and 114 (abetment of any offence) and sections 3 and 7 of the dowry Act.

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