Woman tricks NRI man, son into marriage

Woman tricks NRI man, son into marriage

Thereafter, she deserted him too to run off with another man. The con woman, identified as Priya Inder Kaur, has now been found to be involved in a ten-year-old murder case in Uttar Pradesh besides having been booked for securing a passport on forged documents.

Kaur approached one Rajinder Singh Mann, a Canadian NRI who was living in Chandigarh after returning home for a paying guest accommodation. Thereafter, she started working as a domestic help at his place.

A divorcee with a son, Mann developed a relationship with and married her in 2001. “However, she started behaving erratically after learning that I do not intend going back to Canada. She initiated divorce proceedings and we were separated the next year,” Mann says.

Two years later, Kaur returned to meet Mann at his residence here.  As Mann was away in another town, she met his son, Rajan, who had come from Canada to visit his father. And she befriended him on learning that he lived in Canada.

Without telling Rajan she had married and divorced his father, she started a relationship with him that culminated in marriage. However, after learning the truth, Mann’s son divorced her.

The father-son duo have now lodged a complaint against her for cheating and forgery  after learning that she had been visiting the Canadian high commission in Delhi to inquire about Rajan for sponsoring a trip to Canada.

Police say they are searching for the whereabouts of the woman and had searched for her and other family at several addresses in Punjab used by her which were found to be fake.