Chandauli News: The police started taking the procession and the groom’s car with them by opening two wheels. After the intervention of the representatives of the area, the police left the baraati. But she took the wheels of the groom’s car out and took it with her.
Chandauli. Chandauli Police is known less by its work and more by exploits. The latest case is Kusumhi village of Dhanapur police station area, where the bride and the bridegroom gathered in a wedding ceremony. People called the police to solve the matter. On which the police reached the spot and somehow pacified both the parties. But on the way, in the name of security, only the wheel of the groom’s car was opened. Such action of the police remains a matter of discussion in the district.
Actually Kusumhi was the marriage of the girl of village residence Siri Bind. The procession had come from Maharajganj in Balua on Friday . In which, on the invitation of the girl’s side, along with the district panchayat member, the former head had also reached to attend. Whose car was parked in the middle of the way, and while removing it uncontrollably collided with the groom’s car. Seeing the car colliding, an atmosphere of anger prevailed among the processions. Who beat up the former headman who was driving the car. On getting information about the matter, the Zilla Panchayat members reached there along with their supporters and they also clashed with the processions. After the dispute between both the parties, the groom also refused to marry. On information, the police reached the spot and after a lot of effort, people persuaded the groom and the wedding rituals were performed. Police’s argument
During the incident, the former head alleges that the bag and mobile baraatis kept in the open car stole. Although the bag was found after some time, but according to the former head, 75 thousand rupees and mobile were not kept in it. As soon as the information about the matter was received, the police reached the police station on the spot and pacified both the parties. During this, the police started taking the wedding procession and two wheels of the groom’s car with them. After the intervention of the representatives of the area, the police left the baraati. But she took the wheels of the groom’s car out and took it with her. In this regard, Inspector-in-Charge Vinod Kumar Mishra said that the wheels of the car were opened from the point of view of safety. Later, the police, while defending themselves, told that the car was parked in a deserted area, so the wheels were removed.