Rs10m, mobile phones showered in Sialkot wedding celebration

Hours-long traffic jam ensues as surrounding residents are inconvenienced

News Desk June 15, 2024

During a wedding ceremony in Sialkot on Saturday, approximately Rs10 million in local and foreign currencies and mobile phones were showered in celebration, leading the local police to file a case against the groom and wedding attendees.

According to authorities at the Saddar police station, the groom was adorned with a garland consisting of foreign currency, Express News reported.

When the wedding party arrived at the marriage hall, relatives and friends in attendance threw millions of rupees as a form of celebration, causing a two-hour traffic jam and inconveniencing the surrounding residents.

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The police added that the younger attendees also indulged in aerial firing, prompting the DPO to take notice and file a report against the groom and other members of the wedding party.

Authorities conducted raids to arrest the accused but were not successful in arresting anyone.


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