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A woman in Bhopal, India, has given up her property worth Rs1.5 crore (Rs15 million) to be with the love of her life.
The romance that began at the workplace between a 44-year-old man and his 54-year-old woman colleague, soon turned serious after she expressed her wish to stay with him.
It was, however, not easy as the man was already married with two daughters — one aged 16. His wife soon got a whiff about the presence of another woman in her husband's life following which fights took place. The matter eventually reached the court.
According to Sarita Rajani, a court counsellor, the man's wife put a condition before leaving her husband. Rajani said the man's girlfriend agreed to his wife's condition and transferred her approximately Rs1.5 crore-worth property in her name.
Finally, both the husband and wife decided to part ways. An interesting, and different love story, indeed!
Indo-Asian News Service
The university decided to crack down on the students after a video of the girl going down on her knee to propose to her boyfriend gains currency on social media.
Police detained the two parents as well as the uncle and the aunt. They were released under judicial control but are banned from contacting the girl who has been placed under protection.
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