Weird world: If we were alive, we did not let one happen, now the dead bodies are married

Ghatshila (Jharkhand): A case has come to light from Jharkhand which has surprised everyone. In this case, the face of the society has come to the fore which is going to annoy. Yes, in this case two dead bodies have been married. The biggest and surprising thing is that neither the family members nor the society allowed the two to be united while they were alive before. This whole matter is of the tribal area Ghatshila. According to the information received in this case, Laxman Soren and Salma Kisku, residents of Narsinghgarh Panchayat, used to love each other. Both wanted each other very much, but the family became a wall between the love of both.

Both were relatives and due to this the relationship was not acceptable to their families. Last Sunday, Laxman and class 9th student Salma gave their lives on the railway track. Let us tell you that Laxman Soren used to work in Kashmir and returned home 10 days ago. Last Thursday morning, his girlfriend Salma had left school saying that she would take the examination and after that on Sunday it was learned that both of them had committed suicide on the railway track. After the death of both, the families of both took a big decision on Monday.

In fact, the families of both got the dead bodies of both married according to tribal customs. In this case, Salma's father Meghray Kisku told Lakshman's father Magha Soren and the village heads there, 'Accepting his daughter as daughter-in-law, the last rites should be performed after marriage.' It is being told that Magha Soren got both the dead bodies married according to tribal tradition and rituals. At the same time, it was decided that after the last rites, Magha Soren would bear the expenses of Shradh. After that both were cremated.

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