Mangalore/ Bajpe, August 26: Due to objection of first wife and without owning the permission from Jama- at, a marriage had been stopped on Sunday, which was fixed in the Bajpe JMJ hall.
Mooduferaar Abdul Samadh (28) had been married with Mukka resident Fathima on 2010 and they have a two years old boy child. But, recently due to some conflict Mr Samad had given Talaq (divorce) to his wife and case is still in the court regarding the alimony to child.
Though the case is pending in the court, he moved to get marry with Mangalore girl and he has fixed the J.M.J hall of Masjid, Bajpe on August 25.
All the necessary arrangements were done for the wedding and Abdul Samad arrived at the wedding hall along with his family. When there were just a few minutes left for the Nikah, his first wife visited the wedding hall along with their son and expressed objection.
As per the tradition, when first wife is alive, for the second marriage they must get the permission from first wife’s village Jama- at and that person’s area Jama- at. But, Abdul Samad didn’t take the permission from Fathima’s Jama- at.
Though there were discussions among the three families, no positive conclusion came out and finally Abdul’s second wedding came to a halt.
Bajpe police and women’s police arrived at the spot and maintained environment. Prajna counselling centre officials also visited the spot and argued for alimony to the child.
As the alimony case is pending in the court, Abdul Samad will not be able to move to abroad for work.
By: Sathish Kapikad