The bride ran away from her in-laws in Sitapur with her brother. – Sitapur: The bride escapes on the fourth day of the marriage and leaves the in-laws passed out

Newspaper stand, Amar Ujala, Sitapur

Published by: ishwar ashish
Updated Sat, May 15, 2021 7:21 PM IST

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In a surprise case that emerged on the fourth day of their marriage in Sitapur, a bride escaped with her brother, who was passed out by his in-laws.

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A surprising case has emerged in the area of ​​Maholi Kotwali in the Sitapur district. The newlywed bride, who married four days ago, flees with her brother. The groom’s family members were found unconscious in the house. After drinking tea, everyone’s condition worsens. The people on the groom side are not saying anything clear. The police have been informed.There is a grocery store in the house of Chandra Kumar aka Barakke, a resident of Karipakar village in the Kotwali Maholi region. Four days ago, on May 10th, Chandra Kumar was married to Payal in a temple in Puwaian Marg, Shahjahanpur District. The brother of the newlywed bride Payal came on Thursday to say goodbye. On Thursday evening, all family members went to sleep after eating.

There was tea breakfast on Friday morning. After that, the condition of the groom Chandra Kumar and his family worsened, and all of them passed out in a short time. A customer came to Chandra Kumar’s shop. When he saw that the shop was closed, he went into the house, where the family members were found unconscious. The customer informed other people in the village. When the villagers got the news, they gathered on the spot. The new bride, including Payal Bhai, fled the spot.

The unconscious groom Chandrakumar, mother Anita (50), father Phool Singh (55), brother Aman, Bablu and family Lal Babu (45) were taken from the ambulance to Maholi CHC, where after initial treatment all of the district hospital were referred.

The villagers say they were married for 70,000 rupees. After receiving treatment at the county hospital, doctors discharged her after her condition recovered. The police have been informed of the matter. Police say Tahrir has not yet been given on the case. Measures are being taken to preserve Tahrir.

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A surprising case has emerged in the area of ​​Maholi Kotwali in the Sitapur district. The newlywed bride, who married four days ago, flees with her brother. The groom’s family members were found unconscious in the house. After drinking tea, everyone’s condition worsens. The people on the groom side are not saying anything clear. The police have been informed.

There is a grocery store in the house of Chandra Kumar aka Barakke, a resident of Karipakar village in the Kotwali Maholi region. Four days ago, on May 10th, Chandra Kumar was married to Payal in a temple in Puwaian Marg, Shahjahanpur District. The brother of the newlywed bride Payal came on Thursday to say goodbye. On Thursday evening, all family members went to sleep after eating.

There was tea breakfast on Friday morning. After that, the condition of the groom Chandra Kumar and his family worsened, and all of them passed out in a short time. A customer came to Chandra Kumar’s shop. When he saw that the shop was closed, he went into the house, where the family members were found unconscious. The customer informed other people in the village. When the villagers got the news, they gathered on the spot. The new bride, including Payal Bhai, fled the spot.

The unconscious groom Chandrakumar, mother Anita (50), father Phool Singh (55), brother Aman, Bablu and family Lal Babu (45) were taken from the ambulance to Maholi CHC, where after initial treatment all of the district hospital were referred.

The villagers say they were married for 70,000 rupees. After receiving treatment at the county hospital, doctors discharged her after her condition recovered. The police have been informed of the matter. Police say Tahrir has not yet been given on the case. Measures are being taken to preserve Tahrir.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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