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Thursday, 4 March 2021

Justice for Ayesha: Arif had a grand house, 4 shops, Ayesha was forced to die for dowry, the father also gave Arif the money collected to build his son's house.

Justice for Ayesha: Arif had a grand house, 4 shops, Ayesha was forced to die for dowry, the father also gave Arif the money collected to build his son's house.




Arif remanded in custody for three days in connection with Aisha's suicide
Arif's family takes Rs 50,000 a month from all four shops


The court has granted a three-day remand to her husband Arif Khan in the Vatvani Ayesha suicide case. A new revelation in the case, on the other hand, is that Arif and his family, despite being financially weak, often demanded money from Ayesha's family. Arif's family owns a grand mansion and four shops in the posh area of ​​Zalor.

According to sources, Arif Khan, the accused in Ayesha's case, owns a large house in the posh area of ​​Zalor and has four rents which he has rented. The property earns him Rs 50,000 per month. Arif Khan and his father Babukhan, on the other hand, earn a good living by working in a mining factory, although they often harass Ayesha by forcing her to bring money from the pier. Isha's father said he had raised money to build a house for his sons, but when Aisha's husband asked for money, he gave her Rs 1.5 lakh. Even after that, Ayesha often asked her husband for money.

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