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Bride goes to police station on wedding day as groom skips marriage

Bride goes to police station on wedding day as groom skips marriage
Bengaluru: Everything was well prepared. The bride was in her bridal dress and was looking beautiful. All the guests were present. Purohit was reciting some shlokas. But there was no sign of Bridegroom.

Did you think this was the climax of an Indian movie. Wrong. This was the scene in JP Nagar on Sunday afternoon, where a 26-year-old techie from Jamshedpur was all set to marry the love of her life...or so she believed. 

Bride, a native of Adityapur, Jamshedpur, fell in love with her colleague, MBA graduate S Murali Krishnan, a native of Chennai, a few months ago. The two reportedly decided to get engaged and went to Jamshedpur on December 7, where they exchanged rings during a formal ceremony in the presence of family and friends. 

The couple came back to Bengaluru on December 12 and Murali's aunt had also booked a wedding hall in JP Nagar for the marriage on Sunday, December 14. On the D-day, bride’s parents, brother, relatives, colleagues, and other friends had also gathered in the hall for the wedding, and Murali had reportedly spoken to the bride in the morning, promising to be at the venue for the auspicious time for the ceremony. 

However, with the muhurtham time fast approaching and no sign of the bridegroom anywhere, the girl began getting tense. When she called on his number, Murali reportedly said that he was on his way with another friend. But when the boy eventually never came, the bride became suspicious and called his number, only to find his phone was switched off. Murali's aunt was reportedly ignorant of his whereabouts. 

Knowing that she had been cheated, bride walked straight into the local police station in her bridal wear, accompanied by her parents and other relatives and filed a cheating complaint against her fiance. The police who have registered a case have sent a team to the boy's place in Tamil Nadu to arrest him. 

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