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Tuesday, 25 June 2024 1.13 AM IST

UP woman initiates divorce procedure after husband forgets Rs 5 Kurkure packet

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LUCKNOW: It all started as a small tiff between loved ones but ended awry inside a police station. A woman from Agra in Uttar Pradesh approached the police for divorce after her husband refused to buy her ‘Kurkure’, a popular packet snack.

It was routine for her husband to buy a Rs 5 packet of ‘Kurkure’ every day after he came home from work. According to a news report, it is mentioned that the two often quarrelled on days when the husband failed to bring the packet.

The couple married just one year ago. They had a fruitful few months of marriage but trouble started creeping in after the woman demanded her husband bring ‘Kurkure’ home every day. Initially, the husband kowtowed to the demands but refused to do the same after some time. He even warned her to not consume such eateries daily. In one of the recent days, the man arrived back from work without purchasing ‘Kurkure’, triggering an outrage from the wife.

Taking offence over the incident, the wife left her husband and returned to her own house. The woman later approached the police for divorce and complained to the Shahganj police station in Agra. With the news getting viral, the woman alleged her husband beating her, which she blamed for the divorce decision. The police are investigating to find out the truth behind the allegation. There are also reports about the police sending the couple for counselling sessions to sort out the ‘Kurkure’ tiff.

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