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KANNUR: The police investigating a case of fraud and forgery to grab properties of a retired Deputy Registrar of Cooperatives hailing from Taliparamba here arrested a 70-year-old woman on Wednesday on charges of cheating. The woman’s sister, who is a lawyer, and the sister’s husband, who allegedly masterminded the swindle, remain at large.

The Payyannur police probing the case arrested K.V. Janaki of Korome, near Payyannur, on charges of forging wedding and other documents to present herserlf as wife and thereby legal heir of P. Balakrishnan, retired officer who had died under unnatural circumstances in 2011.

Ancestral properties worth crores of rupees were grabbed by K.V. Shylaja, Janaki’s sister and her husband P. Krishna Kumar, the police said.

Janaki’s arrest followed interrogation by the police during which she allegedly confessed that the marriage to Balakrishan was fake.

“Janaki has been getting widow pension since 2011 using the forged documents,” said Deputy Superintendent of Taliparamba K V Venugopal, who is leading the probe.

The police said 80-year-old Balakrishnan, a bachelor, who had been living in his house at Thiruvananthapuram, died in September 2011 allegedly while being taken from Thiruvananthapuram to a hospital in Kozhikode by the couple. Shylaja was acquainted with Balakrishnan over the issue of partition of the latter’s ancestral property. The body had been cremated at Shoranur.

The probe, launched after an order by the local court at Payyannur on a petition filed by an action committee, had revealed that Shylaja had got the house of Balakrishnan in Thiruvananthapuram and six acres of land near Pariyaram here transferred to Janaki using the forged documents and then disposed it off.

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