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When the children disclosed their identity to the bride's family, an argument ensued which soon turned into a fist fight.
A large number of people gathered at the spot thrashed the would-be-groom while the bride-to-be fled the venue.
Uttar Pradesh’s Kotwali police station Inspector Tej Prakash Singh, said: "The groom's children informed the police about the incident. Thereafter, we reached the spot and arrested the accused."
The children said that their father had stopped giving them money for monthly expenses and when they learnt about his fifth marriage, they decided to take action.Indo-Asian News Service
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