The coronavirus pandemic has led to the nationwide lockdown which has led to people stranded at various places. But now in a recent, a shocking yet bizarre case is reported from UP’s Bareilly.
A woman got stuck at her paternal home because of lockdown, however, her husband married his cousin in her absence. She has now sought help from Farhat Naqvi, president of a social activist Mera Haq Foundation.
Farhat Naqvi says she will complain about the case to SSP so that the victim can get the same. Farhat Naqvi, sister of Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi and chairman of The Mera Haq Foundation, said Naseem of Kohadpur was married to Nagaria Pond resident, Naeem Manori in 2013. Naseem has three children.
On March 19, 2020, the wife went to her paternal home. On March 22, the Janta curfew and the subsequent lockdown began, with his wife left stranded. Meanwhile, Naseem Manori married his cousin.
Surprisingly, Naseem’s four-year-old son called his mother to inform her about her father’s second marriage.
After receiving information about her husband’s second marriage, the woman, when she arrived in her in-laws, revealed that her husband had married her cousin. They’re both living together. When the woman protested, her husband began to talk about keeping the two wives together, but Naseem was not ready for it and wants to take legal action against her husband now.
That is why the victim has now sought help from Farhat Naqvi, president of Mera Haq foundation. Farhat Naqvi says she will complain to the police in the case and bring justice to the victim.