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Friday, July 16, 2021

Woman Calls Off Wedding Hours Before And Calls The Police..

A woman in India called off her wedding just before she was scheduled to marry her fiancé by calling police and telling them that she did not like the man she was about to tie the knot with.

The bride-to-be reportedly called off the wedding just moments before the ceremony was scheduled to begin on Tuesday at a resort near the city of Ramtek in the Nagpur district of Maharashtra, India.

The woman phoned the police and told them she did not want to marry the man because she was in love with someone else, according to The Times of India.

The relatives of the groom became angry when the woman informed them that she was canceling the wedding and heated exchanges between the family members broke out.

Inspector Pramod Makeshwar alongside other officers from the Ramtek police rushed to the venue and took members of the two families to the department's station.

The newspaper reported that the family members calmed down once at the police station and agreed for the wedding to be called off.

A police official told the daily English-language newspaper that the woman had told her mother that she did not want to marry the man, chosen for her by family members a week before the wedding was scheduled to take place.

Arranged marriages are still common on the Indian subcontinent and The Times of India reported in March that around 85 percent of people in the country opt for a marriage arranged by family members or matchmakers.

In June, the newspaper reported that a bride-to-be in India had refused to go through with her scheduled marriage at the last minute after she was informed that the man had weak eyesight and needed to use glasses to read a newspaper.

The wedding, which was set to take place in Auraiya in the country's Uttar Pradesh state, was called off on the day it was scheduled to take place when the woman's family noticed the man wearing glasses.

The family members decided to make the man perform a test, asking him to read a newspaper without wearing his glasses. It quickly became clear that the man could not read the newspaper without them, so the bride's family decided unanimously to call the ceremony off.

After canceling the wedding, the bride's family demanded the return of the dowry, including the motorcycle and the expenses they incurred in arranging the marriage, but the groom's family refused to do so.

The woman's family then complained to local police, but despite the authorities' efforts to solve the matter amicably an agreement was not reached between the two families.

Newsweek has contacted Ramtek police for comment and confirmation.


  1. Marriages, until recently in some areas at least, used to be arranged . Those marriages tend to last longer. Even traditional Christian marriages were arranged and the portions in the Marriage Viws requiring the couple to love themselves was only introduced in the 1970s

    1. It used to last because, only a dundee will go into an arranged marriage. How do you expect a dundee to leave???

  2. Only in call off a wedding cos the groom reads with medicated glasses. The other one I read,the bride died and immediately the wedding continued with the man marrying the younger sister.

  3. What is wrong in someone putting on glasses to read. Only in Indian all these nonsense takes place.

    Na dem sabi. They and abokis no difference. Arranged marriages everywhere

    1. Its an issue bcos they pay grooms dowry. The brides family pays a dowry on the man's head so they shine eyes on what they are paying for.

      its like how some naija men insist on ridiculous things like their virgin bride to also be pregnant bcos they are required to pay bride price on her head

  4. Some news though, they should give them time, to get to know themselves.

  5. Eeeeeh!
    So if I be Indian, na so dem for discriminate cos I dey way glasses.

    ONLY in India shaa!

  6. Hahahahahaha nawa ooooo. This is really hilarious,but I don't doubt whether or not it's true


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