- The mother entered the wedding ceremony and beat the groom with her sandals
- The groom’s angry parents were not invited to the wedding
- The boy’s parents were already very unhappy with the marriage in Vinja
This time Digital Desk: A sensational event in Uttar Pradesh. An incident of a wedding ceremony at Hamirpur in the Yogi state is now in the headlines. The mother entered the wedding ceremony to get married in the Vin caste and beat the boy’s sandals. The video of the incident went viral on social media. Somehow the groom’s mother was removed from the ceremony. The marriage was completed in a hurry.
It is learned that a young man from Sumerpur area of Hamirpur fled and married a girl next door. Although they ran away and got married, they got married by registering. The two also started living together. The boy’s parents were unhappy that he got married in such a way in court. However, the girl’s father accepted the matter. Recently, he arranged the marriage of the girl with pomp and circumstance. The wedding took place at a guesthouse in Sumerpur on Saturday. The girl’s father also invited her relatives and friends. However, the groom’s angry parents were not invited to the wedding.
Sources claimed that the boy’s parents were already unhappy with the marriage in Vinja. Then the anger escalated as they were not invited to the wedding. Witnesses claim that while the bride and groom were exchanging goods at the wedding ceremony, the groom’s mother suddenly tied a cloth over her face and attacked the boy and started hitting him with slippers. Somehow the groom tries to save himself by hiding behind the bride. Somehow the groom’s mother was removed from there. Screaming loudly, he left.
Then hastily married
Due to this incident of the mother of the groom, the marriage ceremony was temporarily stopped. After that he was sent home and the marriage ceremony was started again. The marriage was completed in a hurry. The video of the incident went viral on social media at the moment. The incident of beating the boy in this manner on the wedding day has now become the main topic of discussion.