The Tapaswini-Sumit marital dispute case took a curious turn on Friday.
A week after the sub-divisional judicial magistrate (SDJM) court in Berhampur directed Sumit Sahu and his wife Tapaswini to live together in a rented house, the court on Thursday asked the couple to continue living in the rented accommodation.
For Tapaswini Das, who sat in front of her husband’s house demanding acceptance by her husband and in-laws, the court’s order to let the couple stay together at a rented house for seven days is nothing short of a blessing in disguise.
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