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JAMMU: In-laws of a woman were booked for selling her property without her knowledge in Janipur area.As per details, Neha Chalwa, wife of late Surinder Chawla, resident of Buta Nagar lodged a complaint at Janipur Police Station stating therein that her in-laws namely Rajinder Chawla, Virender Chawla and Hardya Chalwa sold her property including house and a car, without her knowledge. She further told that she was married at Ambala Cantt, Haryana but after death of her husband, she was sent to her parent’s houses demanding dowry. In her absence, her property worth crores was sold by her in-laws. Police has registered a case and started investigation.
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