Eye on the bride and groom, discussion of the election results – discussion of the bride and groom, discussion of the election results

Sitapur The bride and groom sit on the stage, decorated with flowers…. Barati enjoys dumplings, cashew namkeen, finger chips etc. with coffee, tea or chill in the pavilion…. Take a look at the bride and groom and discuss the choice…. Yes, a similar view was seen in the wedding pavilions on Sunday evening. The election results were discussed more with the bride and groom on the tongue of the guests seated in the pavilion.
May 2nd was one of the greatest Ascendants of this wedding season. Thousands of marriages were concluded that day. What was special about the May 2nd weddings was the election discussion. The bride and groom are usually talked about in Yun Jaimal’s pavilion. If someone talks about a couple, it is some hospitality, but on Thursday evening the pavilions were discussed to reduce the number of votes more than the new couple.
While the guests enjoyed the dishes with hot and cold drinks, they discussed the results of the Panchayat elections. Some were busy telling their math. The son of Babu Maurya, the son of Babu Maurya from the village of Parsada in Machirehata, went to Lakhimpur. The result of the pradhan of the village could only come out at the entrance. The Baratis really wanted to know the result.
In such a situation, he repeatedly called the villagers, counted the votes and set the election multiplication. Barati continued to discuss the elections until the Parsada result was announced at around 4:30 p.m. on Monday morning. After the results were announced, electoral attitudes began to be discussed. Everyone explained the math of voices with their own logic.
Some only returned after showing their faces
One is the fear of covid, the other is the passion to find out the result as quickly as possible. In such a situation, those within ten to twenty kilometers would return to the counting stations after eating their Barati festival. The police did not allow them to walk around the counting stations. In such a situation, they gathered at the doors of acquaintances and continued counting the ballot. During this time, he also suffered from coping many times. In order to follow the Kovid Protocol, the police distributed lathis in the villages near several counting stations and distributed the crowd.

Sitapur The bride and groom sit on the stage, decorated with flowers…. Barati enjoys dumplings, cashew namkeen, finger chips etc. with coffee, tea or chill in the pavilion…. Take a look at the bride and groom and discuss the choice…. Yes, a similar view was seen in the wedding pavilions on Sunday evening. The election results were discussed more with the bride and groom on the tongue of the guests seated in the pavilion.

May 2nd was one of the greatest Ascendants of this wedding season. Thousands of marriages were concluded that day. What was special about the May 2nd weddings was the election discussion. The bride and groom are usually talked about in Yun Jaimal’s pavilion. If someone talks about a couple, it is some hospitality, but on Thursday evening the pavilions were discussed to reduce the number of votes more than the new couple.

While the guests enjoyed the dishes with hot and cold drinks, they discussed the results of the Panchayat elections. Some were busy telling their math. The son of Babu Maurya, the son of Babu Maurya from the village of Parsada in Machirehata, went to Lakhimpur. The result of the pradhan of the village could only come out at the entrance. The Baratis really wanted to know the result.

In such a situation, he repeatedly called the villagers, counted the votes and set the election multiplication. Barati continued to discuss the elections until the Parsada result was announced at around 4:30 p.m. on Monday morning. After the results were announced, electoral attitudes began to be discussed. Everyone explained the math of voices with their own logic.

Some only returned after showing their faces

One is the fear of covid, the other is the passion to find out the result as quickly as possible. In such a situation, those within ten to twenty kilometers would return to the counting stations after eating their Barati festival. The police did not allow them to walk around the counting stations. In such a situation, they gathered at the doors of acquaintances and continued counting the ballot. During this time, he also suffered from coping many times. In order to follow the Kovid Protocol, the police distributed lathis in the villages near several counting stations and distributed the crowd.

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