In UP an FIR was lodged by a husband in Rampur. The complainant claimed that his wife lit fireworks and celebrating Pakistan’s victory over India by 10 wickets in the ongoing T20 World Cup.
Wife Burst Crackers and put up WhatsApp Status
In Uttar Pradesh’s Rampur district, Ishan has filed a complaint against his wife for allegedly rejoicing Pakistan’s T20 World Cup triumph over India on October 24. Ishan Miyan, a native of Rampur’s Azim Nagar, told that he was viewing the India-Pakistan cricket match with his buddies in a Delhi factory. Ishan Miyan said that after India lost the match, his wife Rabia Shamsi posted a WhatsApp status that stated “Pakistan Zindabad” and a derogatory remark regarding Indian cricketers.
Celebrating Pakistan’s Victory
“She praised Pakistan on its triumph while mocking India. People at the factory began to look at me suspiciously as a result of this, and they assumed I felt the same way. I was offended and reported the incident to the police “According to, Ishan Miyan.
In the Rampur District’s Ganj Police Station, a FIR has been Lodged
This incident occurred in a village under the jurisdiction of the Azim Nagar police station, and Ishaan Miyan filed a complaint against his wife, Rabia Shamsi, at the Ganj police station. Ishaan addressed the superintendent of police, Ankit Mittal, with screenshots of his wife’s social media statuses after the station house officer declined to initiate a FIR. Following that, authorities launched an inquiry and recorded Rabia’s statement. After the preliminary investigation, a FIR was filed against Rabia on Friday night.
Rabia claims her phone was used by her nephew, who she claims is the one who submitted the photos. She claimed she was completely uninformed of the situation. She is currently residing with her parents and had previously filed a domestic abuse complaint against her spouse.
“On November 4, a complaint was made by Ishan against his wife Rabia, who had celebrated Pakistan’s triumph over India and used derogatory language against Indian players, along with posting inappropriate photographs on her social media account,” Rampur Superintendent of Police Ankit Mittal. An FIR has been filed following the initial probe. For the time being, we will not detain her.”
FIR filed under Section 153-A, Section 67
According to Sansar Singh, a FIR has been filed against Rabia Shamsi in the Ganj Police Station in Rampur district under Section 153-A of the Indian Penal Code and Section 67 of the Information Technology (Amendment) Act, 2008. The inquiry into the incident is now ongoing.
“Soon after their marriage, the husband and wife began living apart. The wife has filed a dowry case against the husband and lives with her family “The FIR is read.
An investigation has been initiated into the situation.