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Tirwa (Kannauj). After the marriage, the young man refused when the married woman who was walking with the lover was caught. At the same time, she insisted on living with her lover. In Kotwali the panchayat lasted several hours in the late evening and morning. Later the lover had to agree. The girl left her husband and went with her lover.
A girl from a village in Rasulabad Police Station in the Kanpur countryside came to the Annapurna Temple in the city five months ago. Here he met a young resident of a village in Kotwali. Then began a love affair between the two. News of the five-month love affair reached the girl’s family. They were married in the temple on June 14th. After the marriage, the girl lived in her in-laws’ house. Here she started talking on the phone to the new friend. On Sunday evening, she left the boyfriend who was becoming the husband and went away with the new lover. The husband informed the police about it. The police caught the girl and her lover. Both were taken to Kotwali. On information from the police, the husband also reached the Kotwali. An attempt was made to reach an agreement between the three parties. Here the lover refused to keep the girl with him. The husband agreed to stay with him. The girl insisted on living not with her husband, but with her lover.
The girl informed the police that her father married without her consent. The police also called the girl’s parents. Even after explaining it, she didn’t listen. In this regard, the family refused to keep it down. After hours of reconciliation exercises, she left with her lover. On the other hand, Kotwal says Shailendra Kumar Mishra that the husband stated in writing that he was of no importance to the girl. When she grew up, she went away with her lover.

Tirwa (Kannauj). After the marriage, the young man refused when the married woman who was walking with the lover was caught. At the same time, she insisted on living with her lover. In Kotwali the panchayat lasted several hours in the late evening and morning. Later the lover had to agree. The girl left her husband and went with her lover.

A girl from a village in Rasulabad Police Station in the Kanpur countryside came to the Annapurna Temple in the city five months ago. Here he met a young resident of a village in Kotwali. Then began a love affair between the two. News of the five-month love affair reached the girl’s family. They were married in the temple on June 14th. After the marriage, the girl lived in her in-laws’ house. Here she started talking on the phone to the new friend. On Sunday evening, she left the boyfriend who was becoming the husband and went away with the new lover. The husband informed the police about it. The police caught the girl and her lover. Both were taken to Kotwali. On information from the police, the husband also reached the Kotwali. An attempt was made to reach an agreement between the three parties. Here the lover refused to keep the girl with him. The husband agreed to stay with him. The girl insisted on living not with her husband, but with her lover.

The girl informed the police that her father married without her consent. The police also called the girl’s parents. Even after explaining it, she didn’t listen. In this regard, the family refused to keep it down. After hours of reconciliation exercises, she left with her lover. On the other hand, Kotwal says Shailendra Kumar Mishra that the husband stated in writing that he was of no importance to the girl. When she grew up, she went away with her lover.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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