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Boyfriend-girlfriend caught in darkness, villagers got married: Villagers first beat up lover, got married to girlfriend after interrogation

Boyfriend-girlfriend caught in darkness, villagers got married: Villagers first beat up lover, got married to girlfriend after interrogation

A case of forced marriage has come to light in Garhpura, Harigiri Dham temple complex of Begusarai. The wedding took place on Thursday night. Local people say that the son of the sarpanch of Ekamba Panchayat was married after being caught by the girlfriend in the dark of night. The lover has been identified as Pappu Kumar, son of Sarpanch Tetar Sahni of Ekamba Panchayat, resident of Shekhatol under Chhodahi OP area. Girlfriend's father works as a laborer in another state. The girl lived with her uncle-aunt in Shakarpura. A few times ago, the meeting was held, Sarpanch son Pappu and the girl met in the premises of Garhpura Harigiri Dham Garhpura in the past. During this, both fell in love. Pappu arrived to meet his girlfriend on Wednesday night. Local people caught both. After catching, the villagers also beat up the lover youth. After the beating, the villagers forcibly married the lover-girlfriend at the Harigiridham temple in Garhpura. The people were gathering, after receiving information about the police station Khedra from the temple premises, the sarpanch informed the police and the police. At the time of marriage, the people of the village gathered in the temple premises. The people of the village, who reached the spot, reached the spot, told that both are being married to consent. When the police wanted to talk to both the loving girlfriend, the villagers also drove the police and drove them away. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the dnpa code of ethics.

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July 29th 2022, 4:34 am
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