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    The adult female’s in-laws allowed the police to get into and inspect their home only after obtaining a court warrant.
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    Andhra Pradesh police found a  35-year-old adult female named Supriya confined in a home for nearly 14 years by her hubby and in-laws. Based on a complaint from Supriya’s kinfolk, the Vizianagaram territory police have got registered a display case against her hubby Madhusudhan and his kinfolk for wrongful confinement and subjecting the adult female to ruthlessness. 
    Vizianagaram I-Town police officers told the media that Supriya’s kinfolk lodged a complaint with them after they were not allowed to travel to her at her hubby’s home on February 27. According to the police, Supriya’s in-laws initially demanded a court warrant or a advance notification under Section 41A (advance notification of visual aspect before police police officer) of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC), and refused to lease the police get into their home. The police then filed a petition at a sessions tribunal which granted them a court warrant. 
    Supriya, a belonging to one by birth of Puttaparthi in Sri Sathya Sai territory, Madhusudhan from Vizianagaram territory in 2008. Madhusudhan worked as an IT worker in Bengaluru at the measure the time or duration of an event of their wedding ceremony. Supriya said she returned to her parents’ home a year later when she was , and delivered her initial kid at her maternal habitation. In 2011, Madhusudhan returned to Vizianagaram to practise natural scientific law and asked Supriya to act of returning to a prior location there too. Since then, Supriya alleged that her hubby and in-laws kept her confined interior the home, and that she was not allowed to communicate with her parents. Since she was confined to the home, Supriya gave birth to two more children. 
    “Because of some misunderstandings that kept building up, my in-laws and my husband started to treat me and my family with animosity. I had no courage to ask for anything. I had no access to communicate with my family. I just worked at home and stayed calm. I endured the psychological harassment,” Supriya, a postgraduate in English creative writing, told the media. She said that after arousing deep emotion to Vizianagaram in 2011, she only stepped out of the home into the metropolis a twosome of times in the first part or section of something, and never belonging to the political or intellectual left the home since then. 
    Supriya’s female parent Hemalatha said, “To avoid arguments, we did not lodge a complaint all these years. Along with many relatives, we went to see our daughter many times in all these years but they (her husband and in-laws) never allowed it. Even the police were not allowed inside the house until they brought a search warrant.” Suggesting that Supriya looked frail and infirm, her female parent added that she hoped Supriya’s health would better soon. 
    Police have got registered a First Information Report (FIR) under Sections 498A (hubby or not absolute of hubby of a adult female subjecting her to ruthlessness), 343 (wrongful confinement for three or more days), 346 (wrongful confinement in closed book), 509 (word of honor, motion of hands or body or subdivision of a play or opera or ballet intended to insult the modesty of a adult female) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). 
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