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Mom asks to bring grocery, son returns with wife

Many stories came out during the lockdown, but this person of Ghaziabad did just that. The mother sent the son to take the grocery, but when he returned, he was also a daughter-in-law. The story is a just like film with a big role of lockdown. The main character of the story is Guddu, 26 years old, who married Savita of Delhi at an Arya Samaj temple in Haridwar two months ago. Guddu was not able to bring his bride home then, as he had not received a marriage certificate in the absence of witnesses. After this Guddu returned to his home Ghaziabad and the girl moved to a rented house in Delhi.

Guddu lives with his mother in Ghaziabad, but he did not tell the mother anything about the marriage. Even during the lockdown, Guddu tried to bring his wife home, but was unsuccessful. Now Savita’s landlord in Delhi asked her to vacate the house, so Guddu had no other way. He somehow called Savita to Ghaziabad. When the mother sent him to get the groceries, Savita also brought her home while returning. However, the mother did not like this.

Mother did not welcome daughter-in-law, reached the police station

When Guddu suddenly reached home with his wife, the mother was surprised. He did not like it at all and did not let the daughter-in-law come home. Not only this, the mother reached the police station crying. Pleaded that she should not want such a marriage and daughter-in-law. At Shahibabad police station, the police officers understood the whole matter and tried to convince all the sides.

Seeing no conclusion at last, arrangements were made to send Savita back to Delhi and her landlord was asked to let her stay in the house for now. Some solution will be taken after the lockdown is over.

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