IAS Prashant set an example, married with 101 rupees omen

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Ayodhya. IAS officer Prashant Nagar, who served as the district’s Joint Magistrate, married Dr. Manisha from Delhi with an omen of Rs 101. This marriage without a dowry remains controversial among the people. It is said that only 11 baraatis left in this unique marriage.
Prashant Nagar, who serves as the district’s Joint Magistrate, is an officer who leads a kind and simple life. He said that when he was a child, father Ranjit Nagar talked about the dowry for the marriage of a real sister and two cousins.
My sisters got married without a dowry. I also promised to have a marriage without a dowry. He kept the same promise, entered into a marriage without a dowry, and respected his father-in-law Ramesh Bhandari’s idea of ​​living a simple life and not giving a dowry.
Prashant Nagar’s son Ranjit Nagar, a resident of Faridabad, Haryana, conducted the wedding ceremony with the utmost simplicity in his home with Dr. Manisha Bhandari’s daughter, Ramesh Bhandari, resident of Burari Mohalla, Delhi.
In this marriage, according to the covid protocol, he accepted only 11 people, including family members, into the procession. Prashant said my mother died of corona infection in May.
Because of this, there was an atmosphere of grief in the family. My father followed high principles in life. He also married his sister with no dowry omen for only Rs 101. I had sworn to myself that we would get married without a dowry.
My father had the same intention. With the same resolve, I had decided to marry without a dowry. Nagar said I was Dr. Manisha got married.
We are both also committed to never accepting bribes while on the job. As this decision of the IAS official is discussed from place to place, the need for these people to bring about change in society is spoken of.

Ayodhya. IAS officer Prashant Nagar, who served as the district’s Joint Magistrate, married Dr. Manisha from Delhi with an omen of Rs 101. This marriage without a dowry remains controversial among the people. It is said that only 11 baraatis left in this unique marriage.

Prashant Nagar, who serves as the district’s Joint Magistrate, is an officer who leads a kind and simple life. He said that when he was a child, father Ranjit Nagar talked about the dowry for the marriage of a real sister and two cousins.

My sisters got married without a dowry. I also promised to have a marriage without a dowry. He kept the same promise, entered into a marriage without a dowry, and respected his father-in-law Ramesh Bhandari’s ideas of living a simple life and not giving a dowry.

Prashant Nagar’s son Ranjit Nagar, a resident of Faridabad, Haryana, conducted the wedding ceremony with the utmost simplicity in his home with Dr. Manisha Bhandari’s daughter, Ramesh Bhandari, resident of Burari Mohalla, Delhi.

In this marriage, according to the covid protocol, he accepted only 11 people, including family members, into the procession. Prashant said my mother died of corona infection in May.

Because of this, there was an atmosphere of grief in the family. My father followed high principles in life. He also married his sister with no dowry omen for only Rs 101. I had sworn to myself that we would get married without a dowry.

My father had the same intention. With the same resolve, I had decided to marry without a dowry. Nagar said I was Dr. Manisha got married.

We are both also committed to never accepting bribes while on the job. As this decision of the IAS official is discussed from place to place, the need for these people to bring about change in society is spoken of.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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