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    Man on marrying spree leaves 8 wives poorer by Rs 4.5 crore

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    For few marrying may prove an enterprise.

    Man on marrying spree leaves 8 wives poorer by Rs 4.5 crore

    Coimbatore: Perhaps his truck transport business was not doing too well. So B Purushothaman of Vellalore decided to make marrying an enterprise. And to his amazement, it not only clicked, but came with many perks as well; eight years and as many wives later, he found himself richer by a cool Rs 4.5 crore. But then his luck apparently ran out.

    Indira Gandhi, 45, a college lecturer from Chennai, was swept off her feet by her husband's charms and love for days after she married Purushothaman, who is now 57. When he suggested that she sell her large house in Chennai so they could relocate to Coimbatore, Indira Gandhi was only too happy to oblige. But soon after the sale was done for Rs 1.5 crore, she received the shock of her life; the love of her life vanished with the entire money, leaving her husband-less, cash-less and homeless. And this was something Indira Gandhi was not willing to take lying down. She approached police and investigations revealed that Purushothaman had cheated three other women in a similar manner before marrying her, and married four more women after the Indira Gandhi episode.

    The Coimbatore city police registered an FIR against Purushothaman on Saturday based on a complaint from three of his 'wives' who said they had become poorer by Rs 4.5 crore after Purushothaman walked into their lives.

    At his charming best, Purushothaman had told another 'wife' Kumudavalli that a civil dispute was pending before a court and once the case was over, he would get Rs 17 crore. The love-struck woman had no reason to doubt him. So when he asked her to sell her farmland, she did so and handed over Rs 3 crore to him. That was the last she saw of him.

    Read more at: https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/...w/62407276.cms

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