Marriage ceremony of a bureaucrat officer cancelled after court’s intervention

Marriage ceremony of a bureaucrat officer cancelled after court’s intervention

Written By: / Friday, 31 January 2020 17:02

IT News

Imphal, Jan 31

Marriage ceremony of a bureaucrat officer scheduled today has been postponed after Family Court Thoubal intervened following a complaint made by a girl who claimed to have been eloped and already used her more than a wife on promise that the bureaucrat officer will marry her.

Dr. Mayengbam Veto Singh, (32) an MCS officer, who hails from Mayeng Lamjao Makha Leikai in Kakching district presently is serving as Examination Controller of the Manipur Public Service Commission (MPSC). His marriage ceremony has been scheduled today with one 30 years old girl Dr. Priyadarshini Phurailatpam from Sagolband Meino Leirak. Today morning an advertisement column appeared at Manipuri Vernacular daily “Huiyen Lanpao” stating that the marriage has been postponed due to unavoidable circumstance surprising everyone and were anxious to know the reason for the postponement of the Marriage.

Later on enquiry, it has been found that the marriage ceremony has been postponed after one Anju Devi, of Kakching Moirangthem Leikai , who claimed to have physical intimacy with Dr. Veto after promising her for marriage and who also claim that she was eloped with him filed petition for holding the marriage by granting ex parte temporary injunction  under 151 CPC.

As per the submission of the plaintiffs, Ksh. Anju Devi Dr. Veto and her came to know each other in 2014 at New Delhi and started having affairs the following year. She filed the court that she was eloped by Dr. Veto on November 18, 2019. Family member of both met the next morning and scheduled to fix a date for marriage by meeting on November 27. It was after this that Dr. Veto allegedly elope another girl and set for marrying her.

In Meitei society, eloping of girl is the first step for marriage between a girl and aboy. This is followed by meeting of elders of the family members and then fix a date for marriage ceremony.

What is interesting here is that the groom happen to be a presently bureaucrat officer serving as Examination Controller of the Manipur Public Service Commission (MPSC).

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Rinku Khumukcham

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