Patna: In probably the first case of same sex marriage in Bihar, two girls ran away from their homes in Patna to get married to each other, a police official said on Monday.
The father of one of the girl's had lodged a case of kidnapping against the other girl's family.
Reema and Akansha (names changed) were married and living as a couple when police found them at a hotel in Sasaram in Bihar's Rohtas district.
Police found the girls through their mobile phone location. They will be produced in a court in Patna, said police officer N.K. Rajak.
Both ran away on October 4 and got married at a temple in Sasaram. They were childhood friends and had studied together.