Surathkal: Inter-faith couple appears before police


Team Udayavani, Dec 9, 2023, 11:02 AM IST

Surathkal: The interfaith couple who were reported missing presented themselves at the Surath Police station on Friday evening.

Prashant Bhandari (31), a youth of Katipalla, 7th block of Suratkal police station, and Ayesha, a resident of Asharya Colony, 3rd block said they were married and presented their opinion at Suratkal police station.

The couple said they were in love for 3 years. They reportedly eloped on December 1 as they doubted their family would consent to their union and had got married. Ayesha, meanwhile, has changed her name to Akshata.

The leaders of the Hindu organization accompanied the couple during the appearance before the police.

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