Woman held for Cheating 10 Husbands


Mumbai, Apr 6: The Sion police on Saturday arrested Kausar Begam, a 32-year-old woman from Bangalore, for allegedly marrying and divorcing 10 Mumbai businessmen in 18 years, and blackmailing and threatening them. Her parents — father Iqbal Pasha and mother Gulnaz — who supported her in duping her husbands of lakhs of rupees, were also arrested.

The matter came to light when a 35-year-old exporter from Powai, Sayyed Ahmed, complained to the Sion police that his wife and her parents had been blackmailing him for two years.

It was learnt that the trio would visit star hotels in and target businessmen. Kausar Begam would befriend them and put up a marriage plan. After marrying the man, she would leave his house with valuables and lodge dowry complaint against him and in-laws. Ahmed's lawyer, Ganesh Iyer, told TOI, 'He was Begam's ninth husband. They got married in 2006, and 15 days into the marriage she left his house along with gold and diamond ornaments that were given to her by Ahmed's family. She went to her parents' home in Bangalore without informing him."

She and her parents lodged a complaint with the Sion police, claiming that his family was harassing her for dowry. They also claimed his family had taken Rs 15 lakh from her, and demanded the money back. The current husband was a Dubai-based doctor. 


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  • Hanik, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 07 2009

    Before marrying any rich 5-star hotel hopping woman, any sensible man should find her background before taking such a big decision of his life.

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