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– wife begs Magistrate to be lenient to husbandBalkarran Narine and Yoshoda Narine from Marias Lodge Village, Essequibo Coast, ended up in court following a quarrel at home which escalated to abusive language being hurdled. The husband and wife made their appearance before magistrate Sunil Scarce on Thursday at the Suddie Magistrate’s Court.It is alleged that Balkarran Narine on 10 April made use of abusive language to the annoyance of Yoshoda Narine. After the charge was read, the husband pleaded not guilty. Even as the Magistrate was reading the charge, Yoshoda Narine began begging for the court to be lenient on her husband.She also begged the court to dismiss the matter since she will not be offering any evidence against her husband.When questioned by the Magistrate as to the reasons why she wanted the matter dismissed the woman explained that for her children’s sake she doesn’t want to pursue the case.As such the case against Balkarran Narine was discharged.