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(HT photo) In Bihar, the threat of confinement in jail appears to work wonders on those walking out of a wedding! On Tuesday, it took the threat of police case and jail to convince a whimsical groom in Bhojpur district of south central Bihar to agree to go ahead with a wedding he had all but called of on what the bride’s side thought was a flimsy excuse. “The wedding rituals were performed at the bride’s native village, late night on Tuesday, a full 24 hours after the originally appointed hour, on Monday night, following my intervention”, confirmed Dinanath Singh, station house officer (SHO) of Agiaon Bazar police station In Bhojpur. Police identified the reluctant groom as Anil Kumar, 25, son of Veeru Singh of Sanya village under Piro police station of Bhojpur, who was slated to wed Gita Kumari, 22, daughter of Rampravesh Singh of Akarhi village under Agiaon Bazar police station, about 85 km west of state capital, Patna. The wedding party had reached Akharhi for the Monday night wedding. The ‘dwar puja’ ceremony, at which the groom and other members of party were ceremonially received, was a grand affair and it was time of the vistors to enjoy an afternoon of dance and frolic. Police said the trouble started when some members of the ‘baraat’ party started misbehaving with the women dancers commissioned by the bride’s side to entertain them. Some youth climbed on to the stage and allegedly started getting ‘familiar’ with the dancers, locally referred to as ‘baijis’. When matters started going out of hand, the people from the bride’s side tried to restrain the effervescent ‘baraatis’. To this, the groom and some of his friends to a strong objection and a scuffle between the two sides ensued.
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