Married man befriends woman in Dubai; has sexual relations on pretext of marriage
The victim claimed that the accused had established sexual relations with her on the pretext of marrying her. In 2010, she gave birth to a son and soon shifted to Andheri, Mumbai with her son in a rented flat
The Oshiwara Police team reached Kerela in order to trace Binoy Kodiyeri, son of Communist Party of India (Marxist) State secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan, who was booked in a case of rape and cheating.
According to sources, Binoy was untraceable and his phone was switched off when the police tried to contact him. Cops suspect that he may have escaped in order to avoid arrest in the case.
After registering an FIR against him, the cops are trying to ascertain the facts in the matter.
"As the case is at a very primary stage, we want to question him and record his detailed statement," said an officer.
As the accused is untraceable, the Oshiwara Police also fear he may escape or flee from the country to avert the arrest. Sources have also stated that since his party is in power, the local police is not being co-operative.
Meanwhile, the police have summoned him to appear before them before Friday.
The case was registered after the complainant, a native of Bihar approached the Oshiwara Police on June 13. In her complaint, the woman claimed she had met Binoy in 2008 in Dubai and fell in love with him and since then, both were in a relationship. She also claimed that Binoy had established sexual relations with her on the pretext of marrying her. In 2010, she gave birth to a son and soon shifted to Andheri, Mumbai with her son in a rented flat.
In 2018, she found out that Binoy was already married and had a family in Kerala. When she confronted him, she was threatened with dire consequences. Following this, she approached the Mumbai Police and the FIR was registered.
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