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    Supriya Madhusudhan in 2008. She has now alleged that he kept her to his family in Vizianagaram for more than 11 years.
    AP lawyer accused of confining wife for 11 years booked for dowry harassment
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    Earlier this calendar month, Andhra Pradesh police found a 35-year-old adult female named Supriya confined at dwelling for over 11 years by her hubby Madhusudhan and her in-laws. While the police had initially registered a vitrine against Madhusudhan, a attorney, and his kin for wrongful confinement and subjecting the adult female to mercilessness, they have got now also booked them under The Dowry Prohibition Act. Supriya’s kin alleged that as per Madhusudhan and his kin’s demands, they gave Rs 10 lakh in the printed document with spaces in which to write of hard currency as dowry at the measure the time or duration of an event of their nuptials in 2008. 
    Vizianagaram I Town police officers found Supriya confined to her in-laws’ family in Vizianagaram on March 1, after her kin approached them alleging that they were not allowed to travel to her at her hubby’s family. 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 rent the police go in their family. The police then filed a petition at a sessions tribunal which granted them a court warrant. 
    In their first letter of a word complaint, Supriya’s kin members alleged that Madhusudhan and his kin had demanded a dowry of Rs 10 lakh, which was given when the duo got in 2008. Police said that although the dowry was mentioned in the complaint, Supriya’s kin returned two days later to filing cabinet a complaint over the important question, and sections of The Dowry Prohibition Act were added to the vitrine. 
    After helping Supriya farewell her hubby’s family, the police had initially registered a initial info written report (FIR) under the Sections 498A (hubby or not absolute of hubby of a adult female subjecting her to mercilessness), 343 (wrongful confinement for three or more days), 346 (wrongful confinement in enigma), 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). 
    Supriya, a belonging to one by birth of Puttaparthi in Sri Sathya Sai territorial dominion, Madhusudhan from Vizianagaram territorial dominion in 2008. Madhusudhan, a former IT worker in Bengaluru, returned to Vizianagaram in 2011 to practise natural scientific law, according to the police. Supriya, who had gone to her maternal dwelling to hand over to the authorities of another country her initial kid, was also asked to relocation to Vizianagaram. Since then, Supriya alleged, her hubby and in-laws kept her confined interior the family, and did not let her to communicate with her parents. Supriya has since given birth to two more children. 
    Read: Andhra police recover adult female confined for over 11 yrs at dwelling by hubby and in-laws
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