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A woman in Bhopal, India, has given up her property worth Rs1.5 crore (Rs15 million) to be with the love of her life.
The romance that began at the workplace between a 44-year-old man and his 54-year-old woman colleague, soon turned serious after she expressed her wish to stay with him.
It was, however, not easy as the man was already married with two daughters — one aged 16. His wife soon got a whiff about the presence of another woman in her husband's life following which fights took place. The matter eventually reached the court.
According to Sarita Rajani, a court counsellor, the man's wife put a condition before leaving her husband. Rajani said the man's girlfriend agreed to his wife's condition and transferred her approximately Rs1.5 crore-worth property in her name.
Finally, both the husband and wife decided to part ways. An interesting, and different love story, indeed!
Indo-Asian News Service
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