KOLKATA, India (Reuters) - An Indian man who took an impersonator to court to get a divorce faces legal action after his real wife found out, lawyers said Friday.
Sanjib Saha presented a woman as his wife in a lower court in the eastern city of Kolkata this month. Both said they sought a mutual divorce, something the court granted immediately.
Saha’s real wife was then asked to leave the marital home. She has since appealed the ruling at a higher court, charged her husband with cheating and the original divorce was suspended.
“The case exposed the legal loopholes in our system,” Kaushik Chanda, lawyer of Saha’s real wife, said.
Reporting by Sujoy Dhar, Editing by Bappa Majumdar and Miral Fahmy