The title of this post is not for the faint of heart, but I wanted to share this little gem that was a bit of a mystery.
A few months ago, I wrote about a woman who had the name “Bert” taken from her when she was a child.
The name Bert is derived from the word “Bart”, meaning “little bird”.
Bert was born in a remote part of India, in a village called Baghnagar.
She was adopted by the family of a man named Vijay Singh, who was in a relationship with a woman named Sangeeta Singh.
She lived with him for the next 12 years, but her father didn’t want her to live with him anymore, and instead wanted her to be adopted by another man, who also lived in the village.
Vijay passed away when she wasn’t six months old, but the family took the girl to India to raise her as their own.
She eventually moved to the UK where she has been living with her grandparents since she was four years old.
In the past couple of years, she has shared stories with me about what happened to her name, and she has also shared her own story.
Berton was born on February 8, 1996, to an Indian couple named Rajesh and Shobha.
Rajesh and his wife Shobra were travelling on a bus in India.
While in the bus, the bus pulled over and two men started screaming at them.
The bus driver asked them to get out, but they refused.
The men, who were men in the crowd, pulled a knife and attacked them.
“I could hear the screams and heard one of them say, ‘You have a name’.
I didn’t know who he was.
I looked at him and he said, ‘I am Vijay.’
He said, `You are from Baghnar’.
The driver told them that they would be fined Rs 500, and that the driver had to take them to the bus stop.
When they got on the bus at the bus station, the driver asked his wife, who wasn’t there, to take the children off the bus.
She complied, but she was not allowed to take any of the children with her.
One day, the couple got off the train.
As they were going to the toilet, the man came out of the toilet and attacked Vijay.
He kicked him in the face and told him, ‘This is my name, Vijay’ After that, he told his wife to get the children out.
She did so, and Vijay and Shubha ran off.
Shobra was on the phone to her husband, and he called the police.
A man named Dharam Singh came to the police station.
He was looking for the two boys, and his phone rang.
The man who was calling asked him, “Who is this guy?”
He replied, “This is Dharams brother.”
The police then got the phone number of the family.
They asked him if he knew who he should call, and asked him to call Vijay, and the police gave the name Booth.
Dharam said that the two were his children.
He told the police, “When I got to know this, I realised it was my wife.
I wanted her taken away.
My wife told me that this was not the first time she had had an altercation with a man, and I asked her to bring back the children.
She said she had taken them to another village in Rajasthan, and they didn’t have a house.
We called a doctor, and we took them to hospital.
During the course of the investigation, the police learned that Dharoms brother was a neighbour of the girl, and had approached her and asked her for help in getting rid of her.
She gave the information, and later she told the cops that she had married the man in question.
Police then arrested Vijay on February 10, and arrested Shubra on February 14.
They were taken to a hospital and later sent to a local court where they were found guilty.
After being convicted, the court decided that the woman had to be given her surname.
This was not an easy decision, and was a struggle for the court.
On February 18, the case was adjourned for further investigation, but it was not to be.
Sometime between February 22 and March 9, Dharas brother contacted Vijay again and said, “I am sorry.
I didn�t realise that my name was taken from me.
I have to leave India now.
Don’t worry, I will get my name back.”
After receiving the phone call, Vijays wife called the cops, who informed her of the situation. Vijay