#LockdownWeddingStories: Delhi cops helps groom to reach the venue
The current situation of Covid-19 pandemic made us follow the strict lockdown to maintain social-distancing for our safety. Because of all these, all the social gatherings are prohibited which has forced so many couples to cancel or postpone their spring or summer weddings. They are going for new dates in the winter wedding season. On the other hand, there are couples who are getting married in this lockdown proving all you need love to tie the knot.
We have already shared two lockdown wedding stories that made our hearts melt. One more wedding that caught our attention was a Delhi wedding where two cops helped the groom to reach the wedding venue in their gypsy. This unusual wedding took place in south Delhi’s Greater Kailash I on 25th April 2020.
The groom, Kaushal, aged 27 is a resident of southeast Delhi’s Govindpuri, whose father Naresh Ahluwalia, approached the Delhi police to help him as well as their family to reach Arya Samaj Mandir located in GK I for the wedding. After getting all the permits from the station house officer of Kalkaji police station, the groom, as well as his parents, were taken to the temple in the police in the police gypsy while maintaining all the rules of social distancing. All these information were conveyed by the police officer to the media.
The bride, Pooja, her father as well as the temple priest, Virender, were all present at the venue where the groom was dropped by the police. This special marriage was solemnised according to the vedic rites. After the ceremony, the couple was dropped off at Kaushal’s house in a police gypsy which made this marriage even more special.
Again we will say, all you need is love to solemnize a marriage.