Ghaziabad: A young couple, who claimed themselves to be married, allegedly tried to commit suicide by consuming rat poison and reached Ghaziabad SSP office where they told police that they want to end their life over being harassed by a newly appointed administrative officer in Ghaziabad.The couple alleged that the officer has implicated them in a false case and forced them to get separated. The couple, identified as Lalit Chaudhary (31), a native of village Ator in Ghaziabad and Soniya (29), claimed that they were married three months ago but the officer forced them to get separated and wanted the man to marry some other woman. Also Read – More good air days in Delhi due to Centre’s steps: JavadekarOn Thursday, when their condition started to deteriorate at SSP office, police rushed them to a nearby government hospital where doctors brought their condition to stable. As per reports, Lalit was accused by a woman Damini, who claimed herself to be his first wife and filed a case against him for which he was also imprisoned for ten days. An FIR against Lalit was filed by Damini under IPC sections 494 (Marrying again during the lifetime of husband or wife), 323 (Punishment for voluntarily causing hurt), 504 (Intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of the peace) and 506 (Punishment for criminal intimidation) at Sihani gate police station of Ghaziabad. Also Read – Union min Hardeep Singh Puri, Delhi L-G lay foundation stones for various projects in DwarkaDamini alleged that she was Muslim by birth but Lalit got her converted to Hindu and they got married at an Arya Samaj Temple in Haridwar in December 2016. She also claimed that she has a two-year-old son with Lalit but he has left her and got married to some other woman. However, Lalit denied of such allegations made against him and said that he never got married to Damini. “Damini got divorced to her first husband and I only helped her in getting a rented house. I had never married her and all the allegations made against me are false,” said Lalit. Meanwhile, senior administrative officials ruled out the allegations made against the newly appointed officer stating that the officer is under training and she had nothing to do with the case. “The trainee deputy collector has nothing to do with the matter but had transferred the matter to family court. The court had to make a decision in the case and it has been revealed that all the allegations made against the officer are false,” said Aditya Kumar Prajapathi, SDM (Sadar), Ghaziabad. However, Shlok Kumar, Superintendent of Police (city), Ghaziabad said that police are investigating the matter covering all the possible angles into the case.