Indian couple cancel wedding after ‘bridegroom’s father, 48, elopes with bride’s 46-year-old mother’
- The bride and groom, from Gujarat, India, were set to get married in February
- Groom’s 48-year-old father and the bride’s mother, 46, fled earlier this month
- Both families of the parents have filed missing people reports with the police
An Indian couple who were set to get married next month have been left shattered after the bride’s mother and the groom’s father reportedly eloped together.
The bride and groom, from Gujarat, India, decided to cancel their wedding, which was scheduled for the second week of February, after discovering their parents had fled.
The groom’s father, described as a 48-year-old textile businessman, disappeared with the bride’s mother, a 46-year-old woman, on January 10, The Times of India reported.
The bride and groom, from Gujarat, India, who were set to get married on the second week of February, cancelled their wedding. (Stock image)
The paper reported that both parents had known each other since they were children and were also neighbours in the Katargam area.
The suspected elopement comes just weeks before the bride and groom, who have been planning their wedding for a year, were due to hold a ceremony for their marriage.
The father reportedly vanished in the Katargam region of Surat while the mother was last seen leaving her house in Navsari, Gujarat.
The wedding cancellation comes after the groom’s father reportedly disappeared with the bride’s mother. (Stock image)
The families of both the parents have filed missing people reports with the police, according to The Times of India.
An anonymous relative told The Times of India: ‘They knew each other since they lived in the same society.
‘Some of their close friends informed us after they eloped that they had a relationship in the past too.’
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