Bahraich – brother-in-law angry after seeing the sister-in-law’s tilak, set his own bike on fire

Bahraich A girl from Bardaha Bazar had a tilak ceremony on Wednesday. The residents brought goods with them for this purpose. The girl’s brother-in-law also arrived, but she was furious after seeing the belongings of the sister-in-law’s tilak ceremony. When she saw more things from her own wedding, she set her bike on fire. The bike burned to ashes in a short time. The villagers struggled to keep the fire under control. The police arrived after receiving information and started an investigation. Tahrir has not yet been given.
The marriage of Pooja, the daughter of Ashok Kumar, resident in Bardha Bazar, Khairighat Police Station, was decided. According to the schedule, the family members brought goods to offer tilak on Wednesday. Everyone would attend the tilak ceremony. After receiving the invitation, Ashok Kumar’s son-in-law also reached Shivam’s son Jagdish Patwa from the village of Bherwa under the Imlia police station in the Sitapur district. He saw the goods from the sister-in-law’s tilak ceremony. There was a considerable amount of baggage. Brother-in-law Ashok got angry about it. There was an uproar between brother-in-law Shivam and brother-in-law Ankit over the fact that dowry gave the sister-in-law more goods.
An angry brother-in-law set his bike on fire. The bike started to burn. When brother-in-law Ankit saw the matter worsen, he notified Dial 112. When the police arrived, the bike was burned to ashes. The villagers put out the fire. The police arrived half an hour after the information was given. The police recorded statements from both sides. Shivam’s brother-in-law told police that Ankit had his money on spare. There was a dispute over the demand for credit. However, neither side has given Tahrir yet. Station manager Vimlesh Singh says the investigation is in progress. When you receive Tahrir you will take action by registering a case.

Bahraich A young woman from Bardaha Bazaar had a tilak ceremony on Wednesday. The residents brought goods with them for this purpose. The girl’s brother-in-law also arrived, but he was furious after seeing the belongings of the sister-in-law’s tilak ceremony. When she saw more things from her own wedding, she set her bike on fire. The bike burned to ashes in a short time. The villagers struggled to keep the fire under control. The police arrived after receiving information and started an investigation. Tahrir has not yet been given.

The marriage of Pooja, the daughter of Ashok Kumar, resident in Bardha Bazar, Khairighat Police Station, was decided. According to the schedule, the family members brought goods to offer tilak on Wednesday. Everyone would attend the tilak ceremony. After receiving the invitation, Ashok Kumar’s son-in-law also reached Shivam’s son Jagdish Patwa from the village of Bherwa under the Imlia police station in the Sitapur district. He saw the stuff from Sali’s tilak ceremony. There was a considerable amount of baggage. Brother-in-law Ashok got angry about it. There was an uproar between brother-in-law Shivam and brother-in-law Ankit over the fact that dowry gave the sister-in-law more goods.

An angry brother-in-law set his bike on fire. The bike started to burn. When brother-in-law Ankit saw the matter worsen, he notified Dial 112. When the police arrived, the bike was burned to ashes. The villagers put out the fire. The police arrived half an hour after the information was given. The police recorded statements from both sides. Shivam’s brother-in-law told police that Ankit had his money on spare. There was a dispute over the demand for credit. However, neither side has given Tahrir yet. Station manager Vimlesh Singh says the investigation is in progress. When you receive Tahrir you will take action by registering a case.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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