The bridegroom’s groom, who came to the village of Chaderu-Choktha in Jigana area, police station in Mirzapur district of Uttar Pradesh, reached the police station before reaching the wedding pavilion. Actually, the case is that the bride refused to marry seeing old jewelery and clothes in the pavilion. After this, the Gharatis took the hostages hostage. Then the matter reached Jigana police station. After hours of panchayat at the police station, the matter was not resolved. Finally, without the bride, the groom had to return with his procession, the procession came from the village of Patti Dhaurahra in Kotwali Patti police station area of Pratapgarh district on the night of December 9 at the house of village resident Devraj Singh. The glory of Dwarchar was completed with great pomp. In a festive atmosphere with laughter and joy, the groom Manish Singh and the groom put a bridal garland around each other’s neck. The Gharatis welcomed the baraatis and fed them a dish.
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Bride refuses to see old jewelery and clothes in the pavilion
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