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- Father lodges theft case against daughters-in-law at Gomti Nagar Extension police station
The greed of son and daughter-in-law in Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, also embarrassed the relationship of blood. In the midst of the outbreak of the Corona epidemic, the elderly father (retired IAS) gave a house to stay and food to eat, clothes to wear, and his son, along with his wife, tempted him for a penny each.
Inspector said that Madan Pal has filed a lawsuit accusing the son and daughter-in-law of theft. The case is being investigated by filing a case. Rajat, an accused in the case, has also been talked to, he has asked to come from Delhi in two-three days.
According to the information, during the lockdown in the Corona era, the son’s financial condition deteriorated, then he was handled by the old father (retired IAS). The son came with his wife and started living with them from Delhi. At the same time, son and daughter-in-law, after getting the opportunity, threw away cash worth Rs 24 lakh and jewelery worth lakhs kept in his cupboard. After this both of them went to Delhi.
Inspector Gomtinagar Extension Pawan Kumar Patel told that retired IAS Madan Pal resides in Sharda apartment. His son Rajat and daughter-in-law Barkha lived in Delhi. He also had differences with son and daughter-in-law. The son came to visit him in the last February and said that his economic condition has completely deteriorated during the Corona period and lockdown. He is fascinated by Pai-Pai. After this Madan Pal took the son and daughter-in-law with him. Both started living and serving them.
Father, son and daughter-in-law went to Lakhimpur and fled with money
Madanlal got confidence in his son and daughter-in-law after which Madan Pal went to Lakhimpur Kheri for some work on 27 March. He told that on the night of March 31, son Rajat called him to do some urgent work. He is going to Delhi with his wife. The key is given to an acquaintance living in the neighborhood. Madanpal returned home on April 1 and opened the house with a key from a neighbor. After this, when he saw the cupboard, the jewels worth about Rs 24 lakh and lakhs kept in it were missing. When he called his son, he did not receive the phone.