A 22-year-old Bangladeshi woman swam across the border with her Indian fiancé to marry him. She trekked through the Sunderbans’ untamed jungles and swam for an hour to reach India, where she would marry her sweetheart.
On Facebook, Krishna Mandal, a Bangladeshi, met Abhik Mandal and fell in love with him. She chose to cross the border without a passport by entering the Sunderban woods and then swimming for an hour in the river.
Krishna wedded Abhik in Kolkata’s Kalighat Temple. According to India Today, she was arrested on Monday for illegally entering the border.
According to sources, Krishna may be turned over to the Bangladesh High Commission.
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