Bihar: Husband away from home for two years, wife insisted on going home after meeting in front, high voltage drama continued

Bihar: Husband away from home for two years, wife insisted on going home after meeting in front, high voltage drama continued

A high voltage drama between husband and wife went on for about an hour in Hajipur Collectorate Campus on Thursday. The wife was insisting on holding her husband's hand and asking him to go back home. The son was also convincing his father to go home. Both husband and wife were adamant on their respective insistence. Both had their different arguments. In the end the police had to intervene in the matter and took everyone along.

husband and wife separate charges

On the one hand, the wife was alleging that her husband was missing from the house for two years. They do not pay the expenses of the house, the education of the children has been missed, while the husband alleges that he has no control over his wife and his children. Taught daughter in Hyderabad. The son roams outside till one o'clock in the night. Wife's brother threatens to live separately.

Crowd of people in court campus

Due to this ongoing family drama between wife, wife and son, a crowd of people gathered in the court campus. In the meantime, someone informed the police of the city police station. The police reached the information and took everyone with them to the police station.

Teacher away from home for two years

According to the information received, a teacher living in Hajipur Sadar police station area is living separately from his house for the last two years. The teacher's divorce case is going on with his wife in the court. The teacher came to Hajipur court on Thursday. His wife and son got to know about it. As soon as the teacher came out of the court campus, his wife caught him and started pressurizing him to go home.

divorce case pending in court

Seeing this sight on the road, a crowd of people gathered there. At first people did not understand anything, on asking people came to know about the quarrel between husband and wife. The police of the city police station reached the spot and took them to the police station. Due to the pending divorce case in the court, the police left both of them after persuading them.

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Sadhnapuri won in Patna District Junior Division Cricket League with Parth's century and Shubham's bowling

Sadhnapuri won in Patna District Junior Division Cricket League with Parth's century and Shubham's bowling

In Patna District Junior Division Cricket League on Saturday, right-handed batsman Parth scored a century of 112 runs and Shubham (6/11) bowled Sadhnapuri to Khagaul CC by 261 runs at Khemnichak Ground, MCC Brajesh (4/4) at Gardnibagh. 15) YACC Rajendranagar by 10 wickets, Kedia CC beat Malsalami by 8 wickets in Veterinary. VN XI got a walkover due to the absence of Bhanwar Pokhar. Sachin (4/29) of Shubham, Brajesh, and Kedia was given the man of the match. In the match played at the Veterinary Ground, Malsalami won the toss and scored 122 runs in 15 overs. In reply, Kedia CC chased down the target in the 16th over for the loss of two wickets.

Batting first, YAC Rajendra Nagar won the toss and scored 70 runs in 16.3 overs at Gardnibagh Ground. In reply, the target was chased by MCC in 10.5 overs without loss. At Khemnichak Ground, Sadhnapuri won the toss and scored 328 runs in the allotted 30 overs for the loss of 3 wickets. In reply, Khagaul's entire team was bundled out for 67 runs in 14.4 overs.

Brief Score: Malsalami: 122 runs in 15 overs, Ankit Singh 28, Sachin Ranjan 4/29, Shyam Sharma 3/25, Rashid Iqbal 2/10, Kedia CC: 124 for 2 in 16 overs, Raj Singh 38 not out, Aditya 31 not out, YAC Rajendra Nagar: 70 runs in 16.3 overs, Piyush 14, Anish 13, Brajesh 4/15, Vaibhav 2/19, Ayush Kumar 2/13, MCC: 71 runs in 10.5 overs, Adarsh ​​Kumar 25 not out, Ayush Raj 31 not out, Sadhnapuri: 328 for three in 30 overs, Parth 112, Pratyush 95, Dharmendra 51, Ashish 51 not out, Khagaul CC: 67 runs in 14.4 overs, Shivam Kumar 17, Dilshad 17, Shubham Kumar 6/11, Rakesh Kumar 2/18.

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