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Friday, 14 June 2024 9.14 AM IST

'Sudden Exit': Newly-wed couple split just hours after marriage in Thiruvananthapuram

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A woman barged into the newly-wed couple's house and claimed her former liaison with the groom, inviting vehemence from the bride’s family, and leaving the marriage in shambles. Don't mistake this news for something that happened in the Northern states of India. This is a case reported from Thiruvananthapuram.

As the bitter talks turned into a commotion, the locals informed the police. The irked family members took the bride back to her home and the two ended the relationship just hours after getting married.

The bride's family filed a complaint with the police against Mithun (29), a native of Karamana Nedungad. The complaint alleged the groom’s heinous ploy of marriage to take hold of the gold. The wedding was held at the Atukal temple on Monday. After the marriage function, Mithun took the newlywed bride to his house, only to get shocked seeing his old paramour, a 39-year-old woman.

The woman said she was in a relationship with Mithun and complained that he had been cheating on her all this long. Karamana police have filed a complaint against the youth. The relatives of the bride said Mithun had many other relationships and blamed his family for hiding despite knowing the details. Mithun aimed to take the gold ornaments and go abroad. The Fort Police registered a case against Mithun and his parents on charges of cheating.

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TAGS: MARRIAGE, KERALA, SPLIT, CHEATING, KARAMANA, GROOM, COMPLAINT, WOMAN, GOLD
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