Gwalior Common man News: Girls who have done turmeric rituals, their marriage is inappropriate
Gwalior Common man News: Gwalior, AboutGyan Rep. The Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha wrote a letter to Gwalior Collector and Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, raising strong objection to the administration’s methods and inconsistent orders to deal with the present-day Corona epidemic. National President of All India Hindu Mahasabha, Dr. Jayveer Bhardwaj said that the main reason for the second wave of Corona being so frightening and loss of life and property is not taking time seriously by the administration and administration and not preparing to deal with the emergency. . At the same time, State General Secretary Vinod Joshi said that despite being warned of the second wave of Corona, the governance and administration remained in the color of the electorate, Corona continued to grow, well now is the time to deal with this disaster by ignoring all the mistakes together. . We stand with the government and administration in every battle. State Organization Minister Lalji Sharma objected to the order of the District Collector, stating that 5 persons and marriages were stopped with immediate effect at the funeral, is inconsistent and impractical. With this order, the already plagued common citizens will suffer more from this epidemic. The administration should consider before taking any order what effect it will have on them. The Hindu Mahasabha has requested through a letter that both the said orders be stopped with immediate effect and the orders should be amended and removed. Because neither 5 people can perform the last rites and the marriages of girls whose hands have turned yellow cannot be stopped. Doing so is inauspicious and forbidden according to Hinduism.
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