“I do not love you and do not call me now,” she said curtly and snapped the phone, police said. The man has given a complaint about the incident to the police, who are investigating the matter.
The incident, which took place on October 4, came to light on Saturday after a complaint was lodged at the Bilhaur police station of the district.
Arvind, a resident of Jadepur village, stated in his complaint that two men of Taktauli village demanded Rs 70,000 from him for “fixing his marriage”.
“After this, they took him to Gaya in Bihar, and got his marriage fixed with a girl named Ruchi. On September 30, after taking the money, both the men took him to a hotel and showed the girl’s photo. On the next day on October 1, the marriage was solemnised at a temple in Gaya. After the wedding, he came to the village along with his wife. On October 4, when he woke up, his wife was missing from the house along with cash worth Rs 30,000 kept in a box and the jewellery and clothes offered to her at the wedding,” he stated in his complaint.
Station house officer Jagdish Pandey said that they are in the process of registering an FIR.