Marriage remains incomplete: 17 return from Lila Torne in Chandgarh, Amreli, police arrive at mass wedding
Police rushed to the spot where a mass wedding was being held without permission and lodged a complaint against the organizer
Currently, due to the Koro epidemic, the government has issued guidelines making it mandatory to seek police permission for marriages. Only 100 people are being allowed to marry in the Corona period. At that time, a mass wedding of 17 couples was organized in Chandgarh village of Amreli today. However, 17 people were rushed back by the police. As well as scenes captured by Janaiya and Mandviya walking are captured on camera.
A mass wedding was planned without permission
A mass wedding of 17 couples was organized in Chandgarh village. However, the organizer did not seek permission from the police for the mass wedding. The police were informed and rushed to the spot. Police have decided to register a complaint against the organizer. The family members of the 17 grooms reached Chandgarh village this morning. The Mandviya party was also fully prepared. But as soon as the police arrived, there was an atmosphere of chaos.
The cooking of a large number of people who came to the mass wedding was razed
A large number of people from both Janaiya and Mandviya parties were present at the mass wedding. However, the mass wedding was stopped as soon as the police arrived. As a result, the cooking of thousands of people was ruined. There were also flags of social distance in mass marriages. As well as most people were seen without wearing masks. The question arises as to who is responsible if a large number of people gather in this way and the Koro transition spreads.
(Jaydev Varu, Amreli)