Raghubir Yadav’s divorce alimony case will get soiled: Girl says: “I stay on pledged gold and borrowed cash” – Unique! | Hindi film information

Raghubir Yadav’s divorce and alimony case is getting dirtier by the day. The high-ranking actor, claims his wife Purnima, could not have met them on the same side when it comes to alimony. The actor’s lawyer says Purnima is demanding an prohibitive amount.

Purnima tells ETimes that Raghubir also harassed her because he didn’t pay her his monthly maintenance fee on time. She adds, “Last year there was a point where I was unpaid for 5 months. That delay, in turn, cost me my house on Yari Road. I couldn’t pay the rent on time and suffered humiliation. I had to live on credit. I also had to pawn my gold. Also this year I stayed unpaid for 4 months. Two months before the court date, I received 80,000 rupees, which was for 2 months. ”

When contacted, Raghubir Yadav neither took our calls nor responded to our text messages about the gap that does not end (the two have been estranged since 1995). Terrifyingly, he started sending us posts from Purnima in which she was in a good mood. I wonder what he was trying to propose or achieve.

Yadav’s lawyer Shalini Devi told ETimes: “There is no point in making the war between Raghubir and Purnima ugly. Purnima is demanding an exorbitant amount, otherwise my client would have paid it in the meantime. Raghubir is 71 and Purnima should understand it sooner. ”

Purnima’s attorney Ishika Tolani shot back that Raghubir Yadav was doing pretty well in his career and his stance that he was unable to pay the amount Purnima asked is absurd. She says, “My client bears the brunt of such a hard life and Raghubir should pay according to her expectations. Purnima looked after her son as both a mother and a father.”

Tolani’s colleague Tooba Khan says: “Raghubir left his wife and child. We even tried mediation, but it didn’t work.”

Purnima came back and said: “Raghubir has now even blocked our son’s number on his phone. Otherwise they were always in contact.”

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