The cops were called when the video went viral on social media. The groom has been charged with bigamy, which is against the law and carries a seven-year prison sentence.
The unusual marriage of twins to the same man in Maharashtra has made headlines, but it has also piqued the interest of the authorities, who have opened an investigation.
Atul Uttam Autade, who owns a travel firm in Mumbai, married sisters Rinki and Pinki Padgaonkar in a lavish wedding in Solapur, Maharashtra, on Friday.
A video shows them performing the traditional “varmala” or garland ceremony, with much laughter as Atul, lifted by friends, attempts to avoid the garlands from his two brides.
The cops were called when the wedding video went viral on social media. Atul has been charged with bigamy, which is against the law and carries a seven-year prison sentence.
“A non-cognizable crime case was launched against Atul Awtade on December 2 for marrying twin sisters together,” senior police officer Shirish Sardeshpande told news agency ANI.
The National Women’s Commission and the Maharashtra women’s body. Have also demanded that the trio be prosecuted.
According to reports, Atul and the twins have known each other since they were children. He allegedly became close to both sisters while driving their mother to the hospital in his car.
“After their father died, the twins moved in with their mother. They both fell in love with Atul, who wanted to marry both of them “a relative remarked
Rinki and Pinki, both IT engineers, agreed to marry the same man for no apparent reason. In wedding images and videos, they may be seen smiling as they flank Atul, dressed in identical blue, red, and gold sarees. According to reports, their families did not object.
Also The wedding has now given birth to a police inquiry, which might land Atul in jail.