A timetable is a great tool to work your way through a difficult schedule. That is exactly what was done by this software engineer from Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh.
However, it's not as simple as it seems. This 28-year-old man settled an agreement between his two wives and divided his time between both wives. The bizarre settlement was done through the family court in Gwalior city.
The man gets to spend three days of the week with each of the wives. He would also get the liberty to decide with whom he would want to spend the seventh day. However, the counselor and advocate have termed this settlement to be illegal as per Hindu law. He also has children with both women.
The man got married to his first wife in 2018 in Gwalior. However, during the pandemic, he sent his wife to her parents' home and went to Gurugram. But when he did not return to take her, he first went to his Gurugram office. She discovered that he had already married a colleague and also has a daughter with her.
The woman protested about the second marriage in his office. She then approached a family court in Gwalior. Both the wives underwent counseling but were not ready to understand.
The agreement was then proposed. The man has got a flat for both of his wives and will also share his salary equally between the two.
(Input from various media sources)