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The phone, which was purchased for a whopping Rs 5 lakh by a young woman, has been lost for years and has been sitting on a shelf, not returning any of its owners.
The phone was sold by the girl who is in her 20s.
Her husband bought it from the seller for Rs 2 lakh in February 2015, but it hasn’t been returned to him.
“My husband has been buying the phones from the vendors all over the city, and the vendor has been keeping it on a table,” said the girl, who asked to remain anonymous.
“I was wondering if my husband would ever get the phone back.
It has been years and he has never returned the phone to me,” she added.
She had bought the phone for Rs 10,000 from the vendor at a local kiosk in Alibaug, about 15 km from Aligarh.
The seller has not been contacted, and he hasn’t returned the money either.
The vendor said he did not give her the phone.
The girl told The Hindu that she had started dating the vendor a few months back.
“We met through a friend on WhatsApp.
The next day we started dating.
I asked him to give me the phone,” she said.
“My husband is very busy and does not want to spend a lot of time on the phone, but he had bought it for Rs 3 lakh.
He told me he had to give it back, but I refused.”
The girl had bought a phone for her husband, who had to work from home and also work outside the home, as his job did not allow him to leave home.
The wife has also lost her job.
The phone had been used by the wife and her two children, aged four and two.
“The phone is not in the household.
I have sent it to the vendor who told me it has been damaged,” said her husband.
“He said he would take care of it,” she told The Indian Express.
“Now, I am wondering how the phone can be returned.
It is very sad.
I cannot imagine a more heartbreaking story than that of my wife.”
The vendor, who sells cell phones at the kiosk, said he was contacted by a local media channel for a response.
“This phone was used by my wife and two children.
They were in school.
They used it for homework and tests,” he said.
He said he had contacted the police but no action has been taken.
The police have been approached for information.
The vendor also said that the phone was returned to the seller’s mother in the city.
“She has called us twice but she hasn’t heard back,” he added.
The mobile phones are considered as personal property, so a person has to give the owner his or her name and address.
“In India, a person who owns a mobile phone has to pay a tax of at least Rs 3,000 on the purchase price.
The amount depends on the number of the phone and the location of the owner.
It can be anywhere from Rs 1,500 to Rs 4,000,” said a source in the mobile phone department of a telecom company in Aligharh.
“If the phone is lost, the seller has to reclaim the phone from the buyer.
If the phone has been stolen, the phone owner has to file a complaint with the police,” he pointed out.