Asha Devi with her son-in-law turned-husband Suraj Mahto
Man who married mother-in-law wants divorce his new wife cum former mother-in-law
Wife Lalita Devi, noticing mother’s closeness with her husband tried to warn mother off, to no avail
Suraj Mahto, 22, eloped with his mother-in-law Asha Devi, 42, in June
He says he now realises his folly and wants to make amends after just 2 months of living as a couple with Asha
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Suraj Mahta, 22, a resident of Puraini village in Madhepura district of Bihar, who fell in love with his mother-in-law and subsequently married her has now filed a petition in the court seeking divorce, reports said on Tuesday. The court is yet to decide over the matter.
Suraj Mahta hit headlines in June this year when he married his mother-in-law Asha Devi, 42.
But a guilt-ridden Mahto now he says “I have come to realise my folly. I admit I have committed the mistake but will never repeat in future. Now, I no longer treat her [mother-in-law] as my wife. Rather, I have started paying her regard as a mother”.
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He said he would try his best to persuade his first wife, Lalita Devi, to stay with him. His first wife stays with her father. Incidentally, Lalita is the daughter of his mother-in-law. His mother-in-law too regrets her act. “No longer do I treat him as my husband but as a son-in-law.
Asha Devi says “We have already a filed divorce petition in the court and I want to return to my husband as soon as possible.”
The couple got married in a local court in June this year, ignoring strong objections and protests in their community. The most unusual wedding of the season took place at Dhamdaha block in Purnia district. Mahto was initially married to Lalita Devi, a resident of Purnia district, with whom he has a son.
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The love twisted triangle developed when Mahto fell ill and his mother-in-law came to visit her ailing son-in-law. In due course, they fell in love. The affection grew so intense that they would talk for hours over the phone. If that was not enough, the man began frequently meeting his mother-in-law after she returned to her home.
When the man’s wife came to know about this, she tried hard to convince her mother to stay away but she refused. The wife even requested her father, who worked in a factory in Delhi, to intervene. But his efforts too were in vain. The local villagers also objected to their “unholy” relation still, nothing worked.
Eventually, they eloped on June 1. Five days later, they finally reached a local court, and filed an affidavit in the court as a formal solemnisation of their marriage.