Fri. Nov 15th, 2019

Back home, Kanakadurga finds jewellery, cash missing

Kanakdurga did not register a theft complaint, the police said.

Accuses husband, mother-in-law of stealing them

A day after entering her house at Perinthalmanna on the basis of a village court order, Kanakadurga, who had worshipped at the Sabarimala temple, has accused her husband and mother-in-law of stealing her cash and jewellery.

Ms. Kanakadurga complained that several household items were missing from her house, apart from some gold bangles, a pair of earrings and ₹13,000 in cash. However, the police said they had not registered any complaint as Ms. Kanakadurga did not favour it.

Ms. Kanakadurga had entered the house Tuesday evening following an order by the Pulamanthol village court directing her husband and relatives not to prevent her entry. She had approached the court when her husband Krishnanunni and mother-in-law refused to permit her from entering home. She had suffered injuries on her head allegedly inflicted by her mother-in-law when she tried to enter the house. When she returned from Government Medical College Hospital, Kozhikode, after a few days’ treatment, Ms. Kanakadurga found her house locked. Her husband and mother-in-law had deserted her, and attempts of reconciliation by the police failed as her husband stuck to his guns.

Armed with the court order and under security cover provided by the police, Ms. Kanakadurga entered her house on Tuesday. She accused her husband and mother-in-law of stealing her cash, gold bangles and earrings while she was away.

Ms. Kanakadurga, has been in the limelight ever since she entered the Sabarimala temple on January 2.