Husband spends ₹ 30 lakh to send wife to Canada, lodges complaint


  • The husband said in the complaint that he had spent Rs 30 lakh to send his wife to Canada.
  • The husband and his family helped her as she wanted to move to Canada.
  • The woman’s parents also assured her that she would go there and call her husband.

AHMEDABAD: Complaints have been reported in India that husbands have left their wives and settled abroad. But here a husband has lodged a complaint against his wife for leaving him and moving abroad. According to the husband’s complaint, he had spent Rs 30 lakh to send his wife to Canada but now the wife does not call him there.

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The FIR was registered on November 25 at Mansa police station in Gandhinagar district. Vishwas Patel has lodged a complaint of treason and fraud against his wife Palak Patel. Vishwas Patel said in the complaint that he had married Palak in November 2014. Palak wanted to go to Canada, so Vishwas and his family helped him pass the IELTS exam and go to Canada. Palak and her family promised that she would go to Canada and call her husband.

Palak moved to Canada in November 2016. Earlier this year he began the process of acquiring Canadian citizenship. For which he needed a Police Clearance Certificate (PCC). Mansa police did not respond in time and his PCC application was pending. When Palak’s husband and in-laws found out about his Canadian citizenship process, they lodged a complaint at the Mansa police station. She said in the complaint that Palak was not calling her husband to Canada and was not even returning the money he had spent to get her there. In this way Palak has betrayed. A complaint has also been lodged against Palak’s parents for supporting him in the case.

Palk had lodged a complaint in the Gujarat High Court against the lax performance of the police as the process of obtaining PCC was pending. After which the police immediately gave him a police verification certificate. Palak has settled in Canada and due to lack of time he applied to the Indian Embassy in Toronto to complete the clearance process. On October 29, the High Court directed the Regional Passport Office and the Consul General of India to complete the PCC process within 15 days so that Palak could proceed with the acquisition of Canadian citizenship.

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Even after 26 days of this order, Palak did not get PCC. Mansa police, on the other hand, have registered a complaint of fraud, betrayal and incitement against Palak and his parents. Palak, through advocate Nilay Patel, had moved the High Court seeking that the RPO and the Consul General should be punished for knowingly disobeying the court order. He ignored the order, delayed the process of getting Palak’s citizenship and the police had also filed a case against him for delay. Justice A.J. Desai and Justice S.J. Dave has issued a notice to the Toronto-based RPO and the Consul General seeking a response. The court asked him why no action was taken against him for disobeying the court order. He has been asked to respond by December 14.


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