Two Wives Found A Unique Way To Live With Their One Husband !! Check How
Written by Surithi J Published on Mar 15, 2023 | 20:36 PM IST | 216
Two wives who married to a single man, found a Unique way to live with their husband. Youth who married two wives in Madhya Pradesh grabbed headlines after finding ways to live with both of them. The recent case that has attracted attention in India, a 28-year-old software engineer from Noida has entered into an agreement with his two wives, allowing him to divide his time and assets between them. Despite the fact that bigamy is illegal in India under Section 494 of the Indian Penal Code, the agreement allows the man to continue living with both of his wives and their children without facing criminal charges.
The story began in May 2018, when the man married his first wife, also a software engineer who worked with him in a company in Gurgaon. In 2020, she became pregnant and due to the Covid-19 pandemic, he dropped her off at her parents’ house in Gwalior. He returned to Gurgaon and later in 2021, he married his second wife, who also worked in the same company. She too became pregnant with his child after a relationship. The second wife gave birth to a baby girl in July 2021.
Throughout this time, the first wife wanted him to return, but he avoided her. In January 2023, her family travelled to Noida to confront him and discovered that he was living with another wife, with whom he had a child. The first wife filed a case for alimony before the family court in Gwalior, which appointed a counsellor, Advocate Harish Dewan, to attempt to resolve the dispute amicably before hearing the case.
Dewan explained that the first wife wanted security for her baby and did not necessarily want to send her husband to jail. The second wife was ready to live with the first, but the man himself did not want to live with the first. Dewan explained to the man that while bigamy is illegal, the implementation of the law is still a grey area. He convinced the man to agree to divide everything between the two wives.
Under the agreement, the man will divide his 1.5 lakh a month salary between his two wives. He owns two flats, and each wife gets one. He will spend Monday to Wednesday with one wife, and Thursday to Saturday with the other. On Sunday, he is free to live anywhere he chooses. If he violates the agreement, the first wife will be able to move court against him.
Legal experts have noted that while bigamy is illegal, cases such as this are not unusual in India. The solution arrived at by the trio is unusual, but as long as it is not contested by the three parties, it is legal. Former Madhya Pradesh advocate general Ravinandan Singh said, “If three people want to live together with such a mutual understanding, as long as it is not contested by the three parties, it is fine.”
The case has raised questions about the legality of such agreements and the need for a clear legal framework for non-traditional relationships. Some have argued that the government should consider legalizing polyamory, or consensual non-monogamy, to allow individuals to enter into such relationships without fear of criminal charges. However, others argue that such relationships are not in line with Indian culture and values.
Regardless of one’s opinion on the matter, it is clear that this case highlights the need for a comprehensive legal framework that takes into account the changing nature of relationships in Indian society. As the country continues to modernize and attitudes towards relationships evolve, it is essential that the law keeps pace with these changes to ensure that individuals can live their lives without fear of prosecution.
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