Fake ‘RPF SI’ arrested for duping 5 women into marriage

  • | Wednesday | 4th October, 2023

AGRA: A fake Railway Protection Force (RPF) sub-inspector was arrested for deceiving and marrying five women.Tahseen Chaudhry, a resident of Muzaffarnagar, was charged with various offences under relevant IPC sections and the Muslim womens protection of rights on marriage act 2019, including cheating, forgery, and unnatural acts. New Mandi police station SHO Bablu Verma said, "He duped five women and two victims were identified. A fake police uniform and silver stars were recovered from him. Further investigation is on and action will be taken accordingly". He was arrested based on a complaint filed by a woman stating that Chaudhry posed as an RPF sub-inspector tricked her into marriage. We also published the following articles recentlyRPF cops help woman deliver at Bokaro stationA 27-year-old woman gave birth to a baby boy with the help of women Railway Protection Force (RPF) constables at Bokaro railway station. The woman, Pooja Kumari, went into labor while on the Ranchi-Islampur Express. Her husband sought help from sub-inspector Meena Kumari, who then alerted the RPF in-charge. RPF constables created a makeshift delivery room at the RPF booth on the platform and assisted in the safe delivery of the baby. Both mother and child are reported to be in stable condition. The RPF team has been recommended for a reward.RPF personnel saves two passengers from falling under trainTwo passengers were rescued by the Railway Protection Force (RPF) staff in Mangaluru when a woman tried to board a moving train. She was seen hanging onto the handle of the coach while her nephew tried to rescue her. The RPF staff member on duty pulled them onto the platform, preventing any risk of falling between the tracks and the train. Both passengers sustained minor injuries and were provided with immediate first-aid. The incident did not cause any train delays or disruptions.961 arrested for child marriages in AssamA total of 961 people were arrested in Assam, India for engaging in child marriages, marking the second crackdown by the government this year. Out of those arrested, 551 were men who married underage girls, 351 were family members, and 14 were marriage solemnisers. The districts of Dhubri and Barpeta had the highest number of arrests. Previously, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma stated that a total of 3,907 people had been arrested in child marriage cases in the last five years.

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