Sisters Reached To Tie Rakhi To Brothers In Jail

Sister tying rakhi to brother in sub-jail (Source: Jail Administration) – Photo : MAHOBA

Mahoba. Sisters tied rakshasutras on the wrists of brothers who were in jail. Sweets Roli and Rakhi were allowed to be carried inside the jail. During this, the rules of Kovid were also followed. Seeing the sisters in front on the festival of Raksha Bandhan, both of them burst into tears in the sub-jail. Then tied a protective thread, fed sweets and took everyone’s well being. The jail administration had made preparations to reunite the sisters. After the paperwork was completed, they were given a chance to meet. District jailer BN Mishra said that 249 sisters have tied rakhis to their brothers on Sunday and 80 on Monday. During this, the rules of social distancing were followed. At the same time, a total of 495 prisoners are detained in the jail. Brothers promised not to come to jail again, on the occasion of Rakshabandhan, the holy festival of brother and sister, Rakhi arrived with sweets for the brothers who were detained in jail. Tie Rakhi on the wrists of their brothers. The sisters took an oath from the jailed brothers that they would never do any such work which would lead to coming to jail. On which the brothers also promised their sisters never to come to jail again.

Mahoba. Sisters tied rakshasutras on the wrists of brothers who were in jail. Sweets Roli and Rakhi were allowed to be carried inside the jail. During this, Kovid rules were also followed. Seeing the sisters in front on the festival of Raksha Bandhan, both of them burst into tears in the prison. Then tied a protective thread, fed sweets and took everyone’s well being. The jail administration had made preparations to reunite the sisters. After the paperwork was completed, they were given a chance to meet. District jailer BN Mishra said that 249 sisters have tied rakhis to their brothers on Sunday and 80 on Monday. During this, the rules of social distancing were followed. At the same time, a total of 495 prisoners are detained in the jail. Brothers promised not to come to jail again, on the occasion of Rakshabandhan, the holy festival of brother and sister, Rakhi arrived with sweets for the brothers who were detained in jail. Tie Rakhi on the wrists of their brothers. The sisters took an oath from the jailed brothers that they would never do any such work which would lead to coming to jail. On which the brothers also promised the sisters never to come to jail again. .

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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