25 couples who tied the knot

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25 couples have said yes
Morna. As part of the Prime Minister’s mass marriage plan in the block headquarters, 25 young couples were married according to their community customs. Checks for 35 thousand, matrimonial items, 51 utensils and jewelry were given to all newly married couples.
The program was organized on Wednesday as part of the Prime Minister’s mass marriage plan at the block headquarters. As the main guest, the President of the Panchayat District, Dr. Veerpal Nirwal, all people through the state government’s public utility plans. On this occasion, 25 young couples tied the knot. To bless the newlyweds, the President of Panchayat District presented government gifts. BDO Prabhat Srivastava said a total of 25 young couples got married under the program. Of these, 23 couples were married according to the Hindu method, in which Pandit Bholaram Shastri and Katha Vyas Ajay Krishna Shastri performed the marriage under Vedic chants. At the same time, two Muslim couples were also married, whose marriage was taught by Maulana Muhammad Inam. Newlywed couples received a check for Rs 35,000, wedding accessories worth Rs 10,000, 51 paraphernalia and jewelry, etc., such as Kanyadan from the government. Convenor Dr. Sudhir Baliyan, President of the main organization Ravindra Chhota, Assistant Development Officer Chandraprakash Sharma, Director Neetu Sehrawat, Yogesh Gurjar, Rajkumar Rathi, Vijay Guddu, Manoj Panchal and Ravindra Chaudhary etc.

25 couples have said yes

Morna. As part of the Prime Minister’s mass marriage plan in the block headquarters, 25 young couples were married according to their community customs. Checks for 35 thousand, matrimonial items, 51 utensils and jewelry were given to all newly married couples.

The program was organized on Wednesday as part of the Prime Minister’s mass marriage plan at the block headquarters. As the main guest, the President of the Panchayat District, Dr. Veerpal Nirwal, all people through the state government’s public utility plans. On this occasion, 25 young couples tied the knot. To bless the newlyweds, the President of Panchayat District presented government gifts. BDO Prabhat Srivastava said a total of 25 young couples got married under the program. Of these, 23 couples were married according to the Hindu method, in which Pandit Bholaram Shastri and Katha Vyas Ajay Krishna Shastri performed the marriage under Vedic chants. At the same time, two Muslim couples were also married, whose marriage was taught by Maulana Muhammad Inam. Newlywed couples received a check for Rs 35,000, wedding accessories worth Rs 10,000, 51 paraphernalia and jewelry, etc., such as Kanyadan from the government. Convenor Dr. Sudhir Baliyan, President of the main organization Ravindra Chhota, Assistant Development Officer Chandraprakash Sharma, Director Neetu Sehrawat, Yogesh Gurjar, Rajkumar Rathi, Vijay Guddu, Manoj Panchal and Ravindra Chaudhary etc.

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