Gwalior: A strange case has come to light from Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, which has tarnished even the sacred relations like marriage. In fact, in Gwalior, a young man befriended a woman through Facebook and then made physical relations with her several times on the pretext of marriage and later married her. After marriage, the young man did not take her home for two months, after which when she reached the young man’s house on suspicion, her senses were blown away. In fact, on reaching home, the woman came to know that the young man is already married and has two children.
Friendship increased with Facebook, make relationship many times by calling in hotel
In fact, a 26-year-old girl living in Tyagi Nagar of Murar police station area of Gwalior met a young man named Manish Kushwaha on Facebook. Slowly their conversation turned into friendship. After a good friendship, they started meeting regularly. One day the young man called her to the hotel and had a physical relationship on the pretext of marriage, after which he continued to bluff the girl and kept on having a relationship with her again and again in the hotel room.
did not take the marriage in the temple to his house
After pressurizing the girl, the young man got married with the girl in the temple and after that he shifted to the girl’s own house and kept on deferring the talk of taking the newly born bride to his house. Even after marriage, he had a relationship with the girl again and again. Seeing her repeatedly making excuses about going home, the girl became suspicious, after which she secretly reached the young man’s house one day and her eyes were torn apart.
When she reached home, another woman opened the gate, two children came out from behind.
In fact, as soon as he reached home, he came to know that the young man is already married and has two children. Hearing this, the girl immediately reached the police station and lodged a complaint against the youth in rape and other cases. On the complaint of the girl, the police registered a case and arrested the accused.
first published:June 3, 2022, 1:48 p.m.