Nagpur: A 21-year-old newly married woman at Nandanvan police station for having unnatural sex against her husband of 27-year-old, sharing objectionable videos and pictures on social media and sharing inside chat groups with her relatives. Complaint has been lodged.
The police have registered a case against the 21-year-old woman’s husband under relevant sections of the IPC. And the police is now doing further investigation.
This 21-year-old woman from Nandanvan has also accused her husband of cheating for not disclosing the first marriage took place.
The police have now stated that the complainant had met her husband (resident of Gondia’s Srinagar ward) in Bhilai in the month of January in 2021 this year. Both got married in the fort itself. Later the woman learns that her husband also has a daughter from his first marriage. The police have said that when he interrogated her, then the husband started torturing the woman. And then left that woman in her native place Nandanvan.
The police have also said that when the newly married woman went back to Bhilai. Then her husband allegedly beat up the newly wed woman and then forced the woman to have unnatural sex. The woman returned to the city on the date of 19 October and then the woman lodged an FIR against her husband. news network
Police officials have registered a case against the woman’s husband under relevant sections of the IPC and now the police is investigating further.
Less than 30% passed HSC, SSC
MUMBAI: On Wednesday close to 27% HSC and 29% SSC students have passed, Offline supplementary exam results announced by the state education board. These exams were held in the month of September-October.
Around 13,969 HSC students in 9 educational divisions of the state sat inside the exam. Of the approximately 5,089 who appeared in Mumbai, only about 1,043 or 15% passed. In the last year, the pass percentage was around 16%. In this year 2021, Latur’s pass percentage in HSC has been the highest at around 47 per cent. While Mumbai has been ranked 8th.
In this case of SSC around 10,477 students appeared and around 3,053 passed. Around 21% of the students in Mumbai had cleared the exam. Whereas in the last year it was up to about 30%. The students of Nashik did the best with a pass percentage of around 50%. After that Nagpur district was with around 40%.
Students seeking marks verification have to go to
(for HSCstudents) http://verification.mh-hsc.ac.in and (for SSC) http://verification.mh-ssc.ac.in