New Delhi: It was a one of its kind marriage in the city and amid the lockdown. Apart from bride, groom and priest, Delhi Police was an important pivot in this marriage, as without their co-operation and support, this might have not been possible.
In fact, the Delhi Police went an extra mile to make the Lockdown marriage comfortable for both the bride and groom sides.
Bridegroom arrived to the marriage venue in police gypsy and after the wedding, the bride’s vidai took place in the same gypsy. Their wedding was solemnised at Arya Samaj Mandir in Greater Kailash Part -1.
Kalka ji police station cops facilitated Lockdown wedding
Naresh Ahluwalia, a resident of Kalkaji today approached head constables Anil Kumar and Sanjeev, seeking their help in reaching the Arya Samaj Mandir, where their son Kaushal was to get married to Ms Pooja.
#LockdownShaadi Vidai in a police gypsy. Bridegroom arrived in a police gypsy & after wedding took the bride in the same gypsy. Marriage took place after police permission. #DilKiPolice pic.twitter.com/w5qiqHLpcz
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Both Police officials were given permission by Kalkaji SHO Sandeep Ghai, following which they took the groom with his parents in the police gypsy while maintaining social distance. At the Arya Samaj mandir the bride named Pooja along with her father and Aacharya Virender of Arya Samaj were already present.
The marriage was solemnised as per vedic tradition and after that bride was dropped to her in-laws house.
Both the family thanked Kalkaji police team and the Delhi cops in general for their humane treatment and make it memorable for everyone.