Groom arrested before marriage: The accused of robbery in Aurangabad went out with a procession, the police caught in the middle of the way

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The groom, accused of the robbery and Arms Act case, was caught by the police on Wednesday night before reaching the bride’s house with a procession. But before sending him to jail, the accused got married in the temple. The girl was sent to her maternal home and then the accused was jailed. The matter is of Obra police station area of ​​Aurangabad district.

The arrested accused Sonu Kumar is from Uchikundhi village of Daud Nagar police station area. A case of robbery (case number 26/21) is registered against him in Obra police station. Whereas, there is a case of Arms Act (Case No. 72/21) in Daud Nagar police station. In this he was absconding for a year. The accused groom was the most wanted of Dawood Nagar and Obra police station.

Police caught on accurate information

Actually, Obra police had received accurate information about the accused that he is going to get married on Wednesday night. The procession is about to go to Dular Bigha village of Devkund police station. Immediately after the information, the police of Obra, Dawood Nagar and Khudwan police station started the operation. The investigation was started by stopping the groom’s car passing through Bell bend. During the investigation itself, the accused was nabbed by the Obra police.

Arrested accused.

Marriage took place in the temple of Dev Thana

After arresting the police, the accused was taken to Obra police station. From where after interrogation, he was first taken to Madanpur in police custody. Then from Madanpur he was brought to Dev police station. Her marriage was solemnized in the temple of Dev Thana. After marriage, the bride was sent to her house. Whereas, the accused groom was arrested and brought to the police station. Then taking further action, he was sent to jail.

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