An Indian residing at Auckland, New Zealand set out on a witch hunt of her imposter Punjabi husband. The ongoing matrimony sites connect distant couple in a ceremonial way which blooms into weddings. But this one is the sad tale of Nileshni Reddy (34), who met her husband in a matrimony site. The details about his name could have been fake alleges Ms Reddy, however claims the house details are true. The man Ravi Sidhu alias Amarjit Singh Sidhu, a resident of Chota Saipur village had married this woman in the presence of a man called `his father’ in a temple in August 2011.
Desperate Ms Reddy claims, “This man told me his wrong name. However, his address was correct. He simply went missing on April 26 this year, when we were staying in a New Delhi hotel.” After marriage she claims that the couple stayed in hotels. Later she said, “I went back to New Zealand for visa extension and came back to India in January this year.” And since then the couple resumed their life in hotels as she foot all the bills and on the day, he went missing. The distorted lady claims, “Since January, we had been staying in hotels as he took me to his house only once.” After he went missing she went to his house, “I was told that the family had snapped all ties with him and was not in touch.”
All she could do was to launch a complaint against her missing hubby, in the NRI police station. However the heart-broken lady claimed that she would not return back until the man was found. (With Inputs from nternet- Aarkay)