Madhya Pradesh: 2 women marry 1 man, take turns to stay with him for 3 days each
A bizarre incident has come to light from Madhya Pradesh’s Gwalior where two women married the same man and divided their husband’s week into halves in order to stay with him for three days each. Not only this, the wives also allowed the husband to let him have personal space on Sunday.
According to the reports, the 28-year-old Seema married a man in the year 2018 who was working as an engineer in Gurugram, Haryana. The couple lived together for two years and even had a son. In 2020, Seema’s husband decided to drop her to her hometown Gwalior after the government announced a lockdown due to Covid-19.
During that time, the husband had an extra-marital affair with one of his colleagues. The two started living together during the lockdown. Their love grew so strong that they decided to marry. He even has a daughter with his second wife.
Read Also: Delhi Metro bans making of videos and photography inside train, releases new notification
When his first wife, Seema, learned about his husband’s second marriage, she headed to Gurugram to understand the whole scenario. The couple got into a huge fight and later Seema decided to go back to her hometown. There, she filed a case against her husband in the family court and sought monetary support from him for her son’s upbringing.
There was a lot of back and forth between the husband and Seema when he learned about the case. They even attended numerous counselling sessions where the husband told Seema that she wouldn’t be able to get a sizable amount in child support and that this would have an impact on their son’s future. Following this, the husband and Seema were both brought before the family court, where Seema came to a compromise that is typically only seen in fiction.
The settlement entailed that the husband will have to divide the week into three segments. This means that the husband will have to spend three days a week with Seema and the other three days with his second wife. Separate flats were also given to both the wives in Gurugram itself so that he can live with both of them peacefully.
Delhi man found hanging from ceiling fan in OYO hotel; cop impersonator seen entering premises, police say
Terrorists’ exporter has no locus standi, says India after Pakistan rakes up Kashmir at Bahrain IPU Assembly