Ghaziabad Woman Komal Talan Who Went Missing Traced in Bengaluru, Accuses In-Laws of Torture
Komal Talan, the missing woman traced in Bengaluru | (Photo Credits: ANI)

New Delhi, July 10: A Ghaziabad-based woman who went missing last week has been traced by the police to Bengaluru. Komal Talan, the woman, put the onus on her in-laws for leaving her husband's residence and travelling to Bengaluru. She has agreed to return back to the national capital on the request of her parents.

The missing complaint was filed by Anil Talan, Komal's father, after her husband Abhishek informed him that she has went missing. Talan, in his complaint, claimed that his daughter was being mentally harassed and tortured by her in-laws. Kerala: German Woman Tourist Goes Missing, Interpol Issues Yellow Notice on Police’s Request

An inquiry conducted by the police by tracing her mobile location revealed that Komal has travelled to Bengaluru. A team of police officials were subsequently dispatched to bring her back.

"A note in car said she is leaving because of her in-laws. We suspected suicide but couldn't find her body. She was traced to Jaipur,but left for Mumbai by the time we reached. We went to Mumbai but she had left. She was finally traced at Bengaluru Railway Station," SP (City) Shlok Kumar said.

Komal, while speaking to media persons, said she was tortured by her parent in-laws. "I was frustrated because of the torture by my in-laws. I wasn't planning to lie on purpose and go to Bengaluru. When I came here, I realised my parents have also done so much for me for 30 years and that's why I left. I didn't know where was I going," she added.