A bride from Jhelum, who looted Rs. 1 million cash off her husband is currently on the run. Reportedly, she stole the cash- along with 5 tolas of gold- on the night of her wedding. The family says they are worried about their son, who suffers from speaking and hearing disabilities.
As reported by the groom’s sister, the bride was brought from Swabi. In addition to this, the bride’s family was paid Rs. 400,000 for the wedding. But little did they know what evil plans were brewing in the bride’s head.
On her wedding night, the Jhelum bride gave her husband sleeping pills. According to police reports from Wednesday, the bride has run away with the cash and gold. The reception ceremony was scheduled for today and the family had invited around 500 people to the event.
The mother of the groom said that because of her son’s disabilities, she wanted a nice girl to become his companion.
My son suffers from hearing and speaking disabilities.
A similar incident took place in the Chota Para area in the Badaun district where a bride drugged her in-laws and ran away with valuables. The Jhelum bride has not been found yet and the groom’s family has filed a complaint with the police.
Sometimes things may go another way around, few months ago a man from Gujranwala sells his wife right after the day of his marriage. This disgusting man had given an offer of 300,000 Rs in exchange for his wife with whom he agreed.
We also have some superwomen in Pakistan who still manage to chase their dreams while being stuck in early child marriage.
A brilliant woman name Aziza Khan breaks all the stereotypes. She continues her studies even after all the obstacles and today she is a Ph.D. student.
She belongs to a tribal area of Balochistan. At the age of 15, she got married to her cousin, of course forcefully. Before marriage, she was very fond of studies but later on the twist in her life supposed to take her to another path. But this brave lady decides to continue her studies and pursue a goal to do FA. Now she is a student of a Ph.D.
Certainly, the uneducated background of her makes it more challenging for her to attain her goals.
“I was a competent and hard-working ‘Matric’ student. As a child bride, I knew my wedding was happening, but I did not know what a wedding was. I used to be afraid of going into my husband’s room”.
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