Wedding procession of a Dalit groom turned into a chaos

14 May 2019 10:25 PM

Wedding procession of a Dalit groom turned into a chaos

Updated 14 May 2019 10:25 PM

The wedding procession of a Dalit bridegroom at a village in Sabarkantha district of Gujarat had to be provided police cover Sunday after members of the Thakor community objected to him offering prayers at a local temple. The procession, however, passed off peacefully, police said. Anil Rathod's family had sought police protection after elders of Sitvada village, belonging to the Thakor community, had objected on Saturday to the procession passing through the village and his plans to offer prayers at the temple, Bhikhabhai Vaniya, a villager, said.

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