On Saturday, three young men, one of whom claimed to be Tappo’s wife’s cousin, visited the couple at Pamara. The three were welcomed by Tappo’s family and while two of them left the house to see the village sights with Tappo, the ‘cousin’ was allegedly seen with the wife.
Some villagers who heard of the misdeed allegedly mobbed the lover. The newly married woman then came forward and confessed that they had been lovers, but her relatives had allegedly opposed their match and married her off to Tappo instead.
She is the youngest of three siblings and their parents are dead.
Seeing the turn of events and the circumstances that led to them, Tappo suggested that his wife marry her lover. He then contacted his wife’s elder brother and sister and the parents of her lover to convince them of the plan.
On Saturday, they all came to Pamara for the wedding, which also saw hundreds of bemused guests.
The wedding was also solemnised according to the community’s traditions, with the blessings of the members of the community.
“The lives of three people would have been destroyed had I not done this. This was the only solution. Now, all of us can be happy,” said Tappo.
His mother, Sanibari Tappo, echoed her son, “Our lives would have become more complicated had this solution not been reached,” she said.
Tappo’s gesture received widespread appreciation. “We will never forget his contribution,” said a woman.
Gajendra Bagh, a chief in Pamara village said, “When we came to know of Basudev’s decision, we felt that it was the most appropriate thing to do in such a situation. So, the entire village came forward to support his wife’s second marriage.”
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