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Ajmer/Nagaur: A man was abducted from Ajmer district and his nose cut off allegedly by the family members of his wife who did not approve of their marriage, police said on Monday.
The victim filed a police complaint on Monday, alleging that he was abducted by the brother and other relatives of his wife on March 18 and taken to a village in Nagaur district, where they cut off his nose, said Station House Officer, Gegal, Ajmer Sunil Kumar. Some of the accused were detained and are being questioned in connection with the matter, Kumar said. Taking joint action in this matter, Ajmer and Nagaur police station have caught the father and four brothers of the girl.