Indian Woman aged 57 told Wife ‘Give me Your Husband’

A 57-year-old Indian woman from Madhya Pradesh was having an affair with a married man. She later told his wife to give him to her.

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She then told the woman to give over her husband

A bizarre incident occurred when an Indian woman told her lover’s wife to give her husband to her.

The matter took place in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.

The 57-year-old woman had been having an affair with a 45-year-old man, however, when they could not see each due to lockdown, she felt lonely.

She ended up going to her lover’s house, resulting in his wife knowing about the affair.

The woman then told the wife to “give me your husband“. She went on to say that she would allow the wife to keep the property if she did what was asked of her.

The woman refused the demand which led to a dispute. She called the lover’s daughter-in-law and the police to help settle the matter.

It was revealed that the 57-year-old’s husband died in 2010.

After her son got married, she felt lonely because her son and daughter-in-law moved away and hardly spoke to her.

She shared her ordeal with her colleague. Over time, the two began to develop feelings for each other and they began an illicit relationship.

However, their affair began to deteriorate when the lockdown prevented them from being able to see each other.

Her loneliness grew and it eventually led to her going to her lover’s house.

The man’s wife had been in the kitchen when the Indian woman entered. She found out about the affair when she walked into the living room to find her husband and his lover holding hands.

The woman lost and her temper and an argument ensued. During this time, the lover kept saying she only wants to be with the man.

She then told the woman to give over her husband and in exchange, she could keep the property.

The row became more heated when she refused. At that point, the police and daughter-in-law were called.

A neighbour also intervened and contacted family court counsellor Sarita Rajani for help.

A conference call was set up, which involved the married couple, the lover and her daughter-in-law.

The woman revealed her loneliness while her daughter-in-law did not speak.

The man claimed that she was just a friend which led to her lover asking for his support. Meanwhile, his wife said that she cannot forgive her husband for cheating on her.

Following the all-day video conference, the woman returned to her home.

However, both sides continue to receive counselling over the matter.

Dhiren is a journalism graduate with a passion for gaming, watching films and sports. He also enjoys cooking from time to time. His motto is to “Live life one day at a time.”