Bulandshahr News – Marriage tantras rang out in the same pavilion and marriage was accepted

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Marriage mantras echoed in the same pavilion and marriage was accepted
Bulandshahr. On Wednesday, a wedding ceremony was organized in a married home in the city as part of the prime minister’s mass wedding program. 40 couples have tied the knot. Of these, 27 couples took pheras and 13 couples were taught to marry. Sadar MLA and officials blessed all of these newly married couples with happy lives.
District Welfare Officer Nagendra Pal Singh said daughters’ marriage in the district has started at Rs 51 lakh received under the Prime Minister’s mass marriage plan. A wedding ceremony was organized at a farmhouse in town to marry the daughters of eligible families under the program. 40 couples took part. Of these, 27 couples were from Hindu and 13 from Muslim society. The seven rounds for the Hindu couples were completed to the singing of the experts. On the other hand, couples belonging to the Muslim community were married by Maulana. The daughters involved in all of these couples received an amount of Rs 35-35,000 in their bank accounts as part of the program. He was also given 10,000 rupees for household necessities. He said the marriage process will continue under the program. Sadar MLA Usha Sirohi, District Judge Ravindra Kumar and others blessed the newly married couples.
Amount received for the marriage of 300 daughters
District Social Welfare Commissioner Nagendra Pal Singh said more than 51 lakhs had been received from the government through the 100 daughter marriage program this fiscal year. Weddings are carried out with this amount. Now the government has released more than 1.50 crores to marry 300 more daughters under the program. This amount is also used to conclude marriages in the district. For this purpose, an application must be submitted to the Office for the Marriage of Eligible Daughters. After the application has been submitted, the daughter of the eligible family is selected and married.

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Marriage mantras echoed in the same pavilion and marriage was accepted

Bulandshahr. On Wednesday, a wedding ceremony was organized in a married home in the city as part of the prime minister’s mass wedding program. 40 couples have tied the knot. Of these, 27 couples took pheras and 13 couples were taught to marry. Sadar MLA and officials blessed all of these newly married couples with happy lives.

District Welfare Officer Nagendra Pal Singh said daughters’ marriage in the district has started at Rs 51 lakh received under the Prime Minister’s mass marriage plan. A wedding ceremony was organized at a farmhouse in town to marry the daughters of eligible families under the program. 40 couples took part. Of these, 27 couples were from Hindu and 13 from Muslim society. The seven rounds for the Hindu couples were completed to the singing of the experts. On the other hand, couples belonging to the Muslim community were married by Maulana. The daughters involved in all of these couples received an amount of Rs 35-35,000 in their bank accounts as part of the program. He was also given 10,000 rupees for household necessities. He said the marriage process will continue under the program. Sadar MLA Usha Sirohi, District Judge Ravindra Kumar and others blessed the newly married couples.

Amount received for the marriage of 300 daughters

District Social Welfare Commissioner Nagendra Pal Singh said more than 51 lakhs had been received from the government through the 100 daughter marriage program this fiscal year. Weddings are carried out with this amount. Now the government has released more than 1.50 crores to marry 300 more daughters under the program. This amount is also used to conclude marriages in the district. For this purpose, an application must be submitted to the Office for the Marriage of Eligible Daughters. After the application has been submitted, the daughter of the eligible family is selected and married.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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