Marriage is a gamble in India, especially when couples do not spend enough time with each other before marriage and in some cases do not even meet each other when the alliance is fixed. In a recent case reported from Mathura in Uttar Pradesh, a marriage was dissolved the very next day after the couple and groom’s family landed up at the police station.
In this matter, the groom was lucky enough to escape the lifelong trap by the woman.
Anand Aggarwal got married to Rekha, a resident of Haryana on May 10. All wedding rituals were performed well and the next day, the groom’s family happily welcomed the newly married bride into their home with joy and fanfare.
However, shockingly the very next day, the bride and groom reached police station, where the man demanded to dissolve the marriage.
What Went Wrong?
Everyone in the home were waiting to welcome the bride the next morning after the couple spent their first night together. The family were chatting and having a good time together. Then suddenly, the newly married bride woke up and started abusing everyone present in the house.
This left everyone disturbed and they tried to reason out as to what had happened. When the daughter-in-law did not calm down, the matter reached police station.
Anand informed the officers that Rekha was mentally unstable and immediately demanded to dissolve the marriage, claiming that he was cheated. Initially, Rekha’s brother did not accept these allegations, however, when he too was unable to calm his sister down, he admitted that his sibling was indeed suffering from mental imbalance. He also accepted that the alliance was fixed with Anand by keeping him in the dark.
While Anand’s family insisted on taking action against Rekha and her family for cheating them, later both parties agreed to a compromise by ending the marriage.
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