Here, only the female teacher got married to her 13-year-old student, knowing the reasons will fly away

Here, only the female teacher got married to her 13-year-old student, knowing the reasons will fly away

Nowadays the world is very mean, you can go to any extent to straighten your owl. One such case has come up in Jalandhar, Punjab. In the Basti Bawa Khel area of ​​Jalandhar, the female teacher forcibly married her 13-year-old student to remove the 'Manglik Dosh' in her 'horoscope'. The woman told the police officials that her family was worried as she was not getting married due to 'Manglik Dosh'.

Marriage to remove 'Manglik Dosh':

According to him the family priest allegedly suggested that he would have to have a symbolic marriage with a minor boy to get rid of the 'dosha'. Following the priest's advice, the teacher told the boy's parents that the boy would have to stay at her house for a week for tuition and in the meantime he got married.

Upon returning home, the boy told his parents the whole incident. After this, the boy's clowns informed the police about the case. According to the complaint, the boy alleged that the teacher's family performed a turmeric-mehndi ceremony and also performed euthanasia.

Then pretended to be a widow:

The teacher's bangles were pretended to be widows by breaking bangles and the family also organized a condolence meeting. Not only this, the boy was also provided with housework during this week. According to Gagandeep Singh, station house officer of Basti Bawa Khel police station, the boy's parents had lodged a complaint, but withdrew it after an agreement was reached between the two sides.


Here thief got more money than expected, heart attack came due to happiness

Here thief got more money than expected, heart attack came due to happiness

Nowadays, many strange news are heard daily. Recently a bizarre case involving theft has come to light in Uttar Pradesh. Here a thief got a heart attack when he got more money than expected in the theft. Due to this, most of the money looted was later spent in his treatment. 

The thief happily got a heart attack

The case came to light when 1 of the 2 thieves was arrested on Wednesday in connection with the theft that took place in the Kotwali countryside area last month and during the interrogation, he told the police. Bijnor Superintendent of Police Dharam Veer Singh said that on the night of 16 and 17 February, 2 thieves broke into the public service center of a man named Nawab Haider and committed the robbery there. Hyder lodged a complaint that more than Rs 7 lakh had been stolen from his center.

Police registered a case against unknown accused and started investigation. On Wednesday, the police settled the case by arresting two accused Naushad and Ejaz from Alipur, who came to the Nagina police station area.