Andaman cop says he’s indeed married
By Express News Service - TIRUNELVELI
18th July 2012 10:03 AM
The case of a head constable from Andaman and Nicobar whose father approached the Madras High Court alleging that someone had forged the marriage certificate of his ‘bachelor’ son took a curious turn on Tuesday. The head constable B M Kumar has now come out saying that he had indeed wedded a woman Seethalekshmi alias Saranya of Kerala but his father M Bhagavathi Achari was bent on getting the marriage annulled by legal loopholes.
Kumar, got married on April 19, 2011 and applied for registering the same at the District Registrar Office in Tirunelveli. However, in the marriage certificate it was wrongly mentioned the marriage as solemnised on June 19, 2011.
He added that he never complained to the police in respect of the marriage certificate issued in his name. “My father is deliberately making such complaints before the higher authorities in order to dissolve our marriage,” Kumar said.
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