Indonesian woman, Ahmedabad man’s love lands them in jail | Ahmedabad News – Times of India

AHMEDABAD: A man from Ahmedabad city and a woman from Indonesia were booked by the city crime branch on Saturday in connection with a case of illegal stay in India for which they forged documents like election card and Aadhaar card.
The accused were identified as Tini Sandip Joshi, whose real name is Nilu Suhatini Ketwat Redia, 40, and her husband, Sandip Joshi, 53, who were staying in posh locality of Jaaspur in city.
Police said that Joshi had first met Redia during his business tour in Chennai in 2013 at a spa.
“When Joshi took her service in the spa, he fell in love with her but as she had come on a tourist visa, she had to leave Chennai in 15 days then,” said a cop.
Later, Redia came to Ahmedabad to meet Joshi and they began staying together before they got married in 2014.
“Joshi, who makes project reports for his livelihood, had decent earnings but he was unmarried. On the other hand, Redia had legally separated from her first husband and was struggling to make her two ends meet,” said a cop.
After their marriage, Redia got made her election card in the name of Tini Joshi and lied that she was from Uttarakhand.
The couple also had a son who died after a brief illness in 2015, said police.
“Since then, they were living in a locality of Jaaspur and did not have any issue as nobody even know that she was from Indonesia. She knows a little bit of Hindi,” said a cop.
In 2020, her parents’ health condition deteriorated and she wanted to meet them. At that time, she applied for an Indian passport and gave evidences like election card and marriage certificate.
Passport authorities found that she already had a passport from Indonesia. The passport office informed the city crime branch about it and the cops began an inquiry.
The cops found out that the couple were living illegally after which they were arrested on Saturday.

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