Jalandhar: Amarjit Kaur, who won her status as the legal wife of her IPS husband Mohinder Singh Teji from the Supreme Court in a legal battle that lasted 19 years, has now requested Jalandhar Police Commissioner to register a case against him and his second wife Paramjit. Amarjit, who has given a written complaint to Jalandhar CP, appeared before media on Tuesday.
A resident of Sansarpur here, she said that she married Teji, now SSP, Vigilance, PSPCL, Patiala, in 1985 and had three children, two girls and a boy. She alleged that during his posting in Ropar as DSP, his husband came in contact with Paramjit and had illicit relations with her. She said that she tried to stop them but in vain. “Then her husband took divorce from her through Additional District and Sessions Court, Ludhiana, by showing her ex-party in 1997 and married Pammi,” Amarjit claimed. “Punjab and Haryana High Court not only rejected his second marriage but asked him to pay me the expenditure I incurred on my legal battle.
My husband appealed against this order in the apex court but that appeal has now been dismissed. I have requested CP to book my husband and his illegal wife Pammi in a case of fraud,” she said. “SC has given me justice but the police are helping their officer. I raised up my three children, who should get their legal share from their father,” said Amarjit. She also showed the SC order. Teji, however, told Daily Post that he had put a review petition in the apex court and hearing would be in July. “I married a second time after getting a divorce from Amarjit and now she is harassing me. I have sent her a defamation notice of Rs 1 crore,” he said.
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