Husband came dressed as woman on Suhagraat, then THIS happened

She alleges that instead of consummating the marriage, her husband would get up at night and apply makeup in a way she deemed "girlish." This behavior, coupled with a lack of physical intimacy, led her to suspect her husband might be gay.

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New Delhi: A bride in Haridwar has filed a complaint with the State Women's Commission, alleging deception by her husband and in-laws. The woman claims her husband, who she believes to be homosexual, exhibited unusual behavior during their marriage.

Shocking discovery on Suhagraat (First Night)

Following a seemingly traditional wedding ceremony, the bride experienced a devastating revelation on their wedding night. She alleges that instead of consummating the marriage, her husband would get up at night and apply makeup in a way she deemed "girlish." This behavior, coupled with a lack of physical intimacy, led her to suspect her husband might be gay.

Family accuses in-laws

The bride's family, distraught by the situation, accuse the groom's family of deliberately withholding this information. They claim the entire marriage was built on a foundation of deceit. According to the family, lakhs of rupees were spent on the wedding, including a luxury car gifted to the groom.

Limited pre-marital interaction raises red flags

The family further alleges a lack of opportunity for the bride and groom to interact prior to the wedding. Phone calls were discouraged, with the groom citing early bedtimes as an excuse. Communication primarily occurred through text messages.

State Women's commission investigates

The State Women's Commission has acknowledged the case and is currently investigating the allegations. Kusum Kandwal, Chairperson of the Commission, confirmed receiving the complaint and stated an investigation is underway.

Difficult questions and uncertain future

This case raises questions about transparency and responsibility within arranged marriages. The bride and her family seek answers and potentially legal recourse. The future remains uncertain for this newly married couple as the Commission conducts its investigation.