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A woman, Rekha Vinod Dangde (23), has been arrested for abetting the suicide of her husband. Her parents have also been arrested for abetment. The three allegedly harassed Vinod Dangde (22), a labourer, prompting him to commit suicide. Vinod's mother had registered the police complaint. Police said Rekha and Vinod, who were related and lived in the same locality at Indira Nagar vasahat in Chinchwad, married seven months ago. They continued to live separately. Vinod's mother alleged that Rekha and her parents harassed Vinod whenever he went to meet her. They also allegedly confiscated his wages. This allegedly prompted him to finally end his life. The court remanded Rekha and her parents in police custody for a day.
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Man assaults traffic constable, arrested
Deccan police have arrested Pravin Shankar Kadu (29) of Dattawadi for allegedly manhandling a traffic constable, Mangesh Navnath Khedkar, who was towing away Kadu's car allegedly parked in a no-parking zone. On Monday afternoon, Kadu had parked his car at Padale Palace on Khilare road. Khedkar, who was in a towing van spotted the car and gave instructions to colleagues to tow it away. While the car was being towed, Kadu saw it and approached Khedkar. The traffic constable asked him to pay a fine. Kadu allegedly abused him, pulled him out of the van and manhandled him. Khedkar took him to the police station, where he was arrested for assaulting and deterring a public servant from discharging his duty.