New Delhi: Within moments after a woman approached the police station to report about a tiff with her partner of three years, the office of a Senior Superintendent of Police’s (SSP) office was turned into a marriage office and cops turned ‘baraatis’. This is a story of couple who had a unique wedding at a police station in Uttar Pradesh’s Bulandshahr.Also Read - Virat Kohli-Anushka Sharma's Fans Begin Meme-Fest to Criticise Broadcaster After Vamika's First Pics go Viral
The woman reached the police station to complain about an argument with her partner and claimed that the man was delaying their wedding despite being in a live-in relationship for over three years now. Reacting to her complaint, the police officials first resolved the tiff and then got the couple married at the police station itself. Also Read - Netaji Subhash Chanda Bose’s Resignation Letter From Indian Civil Service Goes Viral; Netizens Call Him Courageous
The couple exchanged ‘varmalas (garlands bride and groom exchange during wedding)’ in presence of the cops after two garlands were quickly arranged for the couple. However, the official paper work of the wedding is incomplete and will be completed soon, said a lawyer. Also Read - Urfi Javed Flaunts Toned Midriff, Recreates Cardi B's Iconic Veil Look in Black Separates - Chic or Not?
Jitendra Kumar Singh, Syana station house officer, said, “A woman approached the Bulandshahr SSP complaining that after being in a relationship for three years, her partner was avoiding her due to a tiff. Her partner was present when she filed the complaint and the SSP married them off after getting their nod.”
The SSP office turned into a marriage office for a moment, Kumar added.
While the groom is posted as a constable in Auraiya, the woman belongs to Bulandshahr. The two had met around three years ago as the man often visited the woman’s neighbour.