Woman holding dharna outside in-laws’ house in Berhampur: Court advises couple to stay together for 7 days at rented house

Berhampur: The Berhampur SDJM Court on Thursday advised the woman, who was holding dharna outside her in-laws’ house in Berhampur, and her husband to stay together for 7 days at a rented house.

According to reports, while conducting a hearing of the much-hyped case of the controversial couple, the court asked them to live together for a week at a rented house in Aska of Ganjam district. The court also directed them not to meet anyone during their stay in the rented house.

The Judge also asked Aska Police Station IIC to arrange the rented accommodation for the couple and provide them security.

The court will conduct the next hearing in the case after the couple completes their stay in the rented house.

It is to be noted here that the woman identified as Tapaswini Dash alias Dimple and one Sumeet Sahu, had reportedly legally married at a marriage registrar’s office a while ago. Later, their families allegedly decided to solemnize their marriage through customary Hindu rituals on November 22. However, when Dimple and her family were waiting for Sumeet and his kin at the wedding venue, the latter did not turn up. Even they did not allegedly respond to phone calls.

Hence, Tapaswini and her mother went to her in-laws’ house at Brahma Nagar in the Silk City and staged a demonstration demanding that she should be accepted and allowed by Sumeet and his family members to live with them as Sumeet’s wife.

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