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Indore Police News: The marriage of 50 policemen was ruined, this work was done for the sake of Corona duty

Indore Police News: The marriage of 50 policemen was ruined, this work was done for the sake of Corona duty


Indore Police News: Indore. New Zealand Representative. Constable Pratap Singh posted in District Police Line was excited about the marriage. Originally a resident of Bharatpur (Rajasthan), Pratap not only distributed invitations among friends, relatives but also bought clothes and jewelry of bride Shashi’s choice. Suddenly the news of Corona spread and Pratap’s marriage was postponed. Called and told that it is difficult for him to come and got duty in MY Hospital. Like Pratap, there will be more than 50 such policemen whose shehnai could not be played.

According to RI Jaisingh Tomar, most of the relationships were settled before the second wave of Corona. As soon as the lockdown was announced, the police headquarters banned the holidays. The policemen whose marriages were canceled had already fixed the date before the lockdown. He himself refused to go and considering the opportunity of service, he imposed duty in those areas where the corona was more.

According to RI, there are many constables in the police line alone who were going to take rounds in April and May. Ratlam’s Rahul Kasyat was to be married on May 14, Pooja, who lives in Javra. The relatives also booked marriage garden, band, mare, wagon and confectioner but suddenly the news of second wave of corona came and the holiday was canceled on 7th May. Rahul, who was doing duty in the Reserve Force, himself appeared and said that he wants to do duty. He also explained to the fiancĂ© and decided that he will get married as soon as everything is fine.

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According to constable Janmajay Meena, his relationship with Anita was fixed in Guna on May 14. The relatives had sent invitations to the relatives. All the preparations for the wedding were done. Suddenly the holiday was canceled, then calling relatives, friends and said that the marriage has been extended. We will inform you as soon as the auspicious time is out. Yash Rajawat of Ratlam was doing wedding shopping from Indore itself. His marriage with Sulochana, who lives in Pithampur, was fixed on May 14. Due to Corona, the bride and groom agreed that the marriage will now take place on 26 June.