baratiyon ke saath dulhan lene pahuncha doolha

Lockdown: 4 baratiyon ke saath dulhan lene pahuncha doolha

Lockdown: The bride arrived to pick up the bride with just 4 wedding dresses, married to simplicity

Due to the lockdown, where many people have postponed marriage programs across the country, a couple in Rewari district of Haryana on Sunday adopted social distancing and were tied to the knot. The groom arrived at the wedding with a procession of only three people. From the bride’s side, only three people became witness to this marriage done with simplicity.

According to the information, Manisha Panwar, a resident of Mohalla Hans Nagar of Rewari city, was decided with Devendra, a resident of Mohalla New Adarsh Nagar of the city. The date for marriage was fixed for May 3. All preparations for the marriage from both sides were almost completed, but it was difficult to have a big program on marriage due to the lockdown. In view of this, both sides decided to marry with simplicity so that lockdown and social distancing could follow.

Today the bridegroom Devendra reached the bride’s house with three baraatis. Before the wedding procession, the house and the pavilion were sanitized and the rituals of marriage were completed with a mask. Devendra, who became the groom, said that permission was taken from the administration regarding marriage and all the rituals have been performed according to the government guidelines.

The central government extended lockdown for two weeks:

The central government has also announced the third phase lockdown. The Home Ministry has stated that the lockdown will remain in effect for the next two weeks from May 4. The ministry has said that this important decision has been taken after reviewing the situation in the country regarding Kovid 19. New guidelines will be released for the third phase of lockdown. In these new guidelines, the information will be given about the activities taking place in districts distributed in the Red, Green, and Orange zones. Districts in the Green and Orange zones will also receive some concessions during the lockdown. Those districts will be placed in the green zone, where no new cases will be found for the last 21 days. The Ministry of Home Affairs has said that no separate permission is required for the activities for which permission has been granted at present.

Let us know that on March 24, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a 21-day lockdown in the country. On April 14, when the first phase lockdown was over, it was again extended to May 3. But due to the non-threat of Kovid 19, the central government has now announced the third phase lockdown. However, in the third phase, districts in the Red, Green, and Orange zones will be divided.

In an order issued on Friday, the Ministry of Home Affairs has said that it has been announced to increase the lockdown by exercising the rights under the Disaster Management Act 2005. Districts of Red, Green, and Orange zones will be informed by the Ministry of Health on a weekly basis to the respective states and union territories.

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