Halimah had wanted to maintain her household with Bambang Trihatmodjo. However, Bambang Trihatmodjo was actually reluctant and flatly refused when Halimah invited him back. As a result, the divorce process between the two took a long time and dragged on for up to 4 years.
The Supreme Court granted the Judicial Review (PK) proposed by Bambang after his divorce application was rejected at the Religious High Court. This was stated by Yusran Sitanggang, spokesman for the Central Jakarta Religious Court.
“Mr. Bambang submitted a judicial review (PK) on December 1, 2010 with number 67/PK/AG/2010. Then it was immediately decided on December 23, 2010,” explained Yusran Sitanggang, when met at his office on Jalan Awaludin, Tanah Abang, Central Jakarta, Wednesday (16/2) as quoted by Grid.ID from Nova.ID.
On February 16, 2011, Bambang officially divorced Halimah. Although Halimah refused to be divorced, Bambang Trihatmodjo’s ex-wife won the property. Bambang Trihatmodjo had indeed no longer cared about Halimah since the beginning of the divorce process.
This is also shown when Halimah is busy filing a divorce report to the Constitutional Court, Bambang is even busy celebrating his wedding anniversary with his new wife, Mayangsari.
Quoted from Grid.ID via Tribunnews.com, Monday (4/10/2021), Mayangsari and Bambang Trihatmodjo reportedly inaugurated the wedding, Sunday, July 10, 2011. This was announced by one of Mayangsari’s neighbors in Simrpug Golf.
“Last night, it was really busy here. Until the guest car is full on the road,” said one of Mayangsari’s neighbors who did not want to be identified.
According to another neighbor of Mayangsari, the guests who arrived today came to congratulate the two couples.
The neighbor of Mayangsari also explained that the guests who also wanted to celebrate Mayangsari’s new house that Bambang Trihatmodjo had bought, “Maybe it’s the salvation of the new house.
The problem is that behind the house there is a large garden,” explained Mayangsari’s neighbor.
At that time, Bambang Trihatmodjo was still the husband of Halimah.