A housewife from Amberpet alleged on Wednesday that her husband is pressurising her to enter flesh trade to earn money.
A criminal case was registered against the person Banoth Yadagiri, working as recovery manager in a bank’s branch at Baghlingampally, following a complaint lodged by his wife. According to the Amberpet Inspector A. Srinivas, the woman approached the police accusing Yadagiri of mounting pressure on her to resort to prostitution to earn money.
Yadagiri hailing from Parsapalli village of Suryapet in Nalgonda married the woman in 1997. They have two children and live at DD colony in Amberpet. She charged that of late her husband began harassing her and asked her to earn money by indulging in flesh trade. “He used to subject me to torture,” she said.
Earlier, activists of Telangana Jagrithi staged demonstration in front of Yadagiri’s house. The police invoked sections 498-A (dowry harassment), 324 (assault) and 506 (criminal intimidation) of Indian Penal Code against the recovery manager.