Unique Marriage Video: Recently viral video of a wedding is attracting everyone’s attention on social media, there are two brides in this marriage, but there is only one groom. Questions have been asked regarding the viral video, how did the marriage become valid? At present, the police have started investigation and have registered a case against the groom.
Maharashtra Twin Sisters Marriage: Interesting and surprising videos related to marriage ceremony often keep appearing on social media. Recently, a video related to a similar marriage has surfaced from Maharashtra, in which a video of IT engineer twin sisters is becoming increasingly viral on social media, which everyone is surprised to see. Actually, a strange marriage has taken place in Solapur, Maharashtra, there are two brides in this marriage, but there is only one groom. It is being told that two twin sisters got married to the same groom and got tied in an unbreakable bond of seven births. A case has now been registered against the marriage of two sisters with the same groom. Some are opposing this marriage and some are making fun of it.
In fact, a unique video of marriage from Solapur in Maharashtra is going viral, where two twin sisters have married the same groom. It is being told that both the sisters are IT engineers by profession. After the video of this marriage ceremony went viral, the police have registered a case against the groom and started investigation. It is being told that this marriage took place on last Friday in Malshiras tehsil of Solapur. Questions have been asked regarding the viral video, how did the marriage become valid? At present, the police have started investigation and have registered a case against the groom.
It is being told that after the death of their father a few days ago, both the girls were living with their mother in Malshiras. The name of the groom is being told as Atul, who runs a travel agency. Once when Rinki and Pinky’s mother fell ill, the two used Atul’s car to take her to the hospital. Meanwhile, Atul came close to both the twin sisters, after which both the sisters together decided to marry Atul.
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The police have registered a case against the groom under section 494, in which whoever has a husband or wife alive cannot remarry. There is a provision of punishment of up to 7 years for this. The Women’s Commission has also taken cognizance of this marriage. State Women’s Commission Chairperson Rupali Chakankar has given instructions for legal action in this matter. He has also tweeted about this.
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Rupali Chakankar tweeted and said, ‘A young man in Solapur has married twin sisters of Mumbai. This is an offense under section 494 of the Indian Penal Code. The Superintendent of Police of Solapur should investigate this matter and take legal action immediately. Also, the action taken report should be submitted immediately under the sections of the Maharashtra State Commission for Women Act 1993.