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Unmarried man suspects Shaadi.com employees of committing fraud

23, Oct 2009 By Pagal Patrakar

New Delhi. Kunwar Pratap, a 31-year-old unmarried (and purportedly virgin) man has expressed deepest suspicion over the way matrimonial sites like Shaadi.com or JeevanSathi.com carry out their business. Kunwar believes that the employees, especially the men, working for such sites are ‘hoarding’ all the beautiful girls’ profiles before releasing them in public. Kunwar has written a letter to the President of India to look into this urgent matter.

“I see so many beautiful girls out there when I go into any multiplex. Almost 77% of the girls I see are beautiful and attractive, but the moment I start searching on Shaadi.com, I see the trend reversed there. I’m sure even beautiful girls want to get married, so where are they? I guess there is some scam behind it. We unmarried people are getting a raw deal and the government must look into it.” Kunwar told Faking News.

Where are the missing girls?
Where are the missing girls?

Kunwar suspects that men working for matrimonial sites don’t make the profiles, especially the pictures, of the beautiful girls available to the general public unless they have exhausted their own options. He pointed out that among the few beautiful girls he could contact on Shaadi.com, an overwhelming majority of them politely rejected him saying they had already finalized the rishta elsewhere and he was a bit late. He suspected foul play by the employees in such cases.

“How come I was late each time? These guys must be first contacting these beautiful girls for their own marriage, or they might be acting on behalf of their friends, or who knows they might be even taking bribe from the rich but unmarried guys to hunt beautiful nubile girls for them. I am not accusing the whole website to be running this shady business, but trust me there is something fishy out there.” Kunwar argued.

Kunwar believes that the culprits should be booked under The Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Act, 1969. He has already acted on this urgent matter and written a letter to the President. He has also sent a copy of the same letter each to Mrs. Sonia Gandhi, CJI of the Supreme Court, Consumer Courts, Ministry of Health and Family Planning, Department of Information Technology, and the Editorial head of India TV.

To his delight and relief, India TV was the quickest to take notice of his letter and got in touch with him. Apparently India TV will be broadcasting a program titled “dulhano ke dakait” (burglars of brides) tonight on this serious issue.