Dabangs got furious when DJ played in Dalit’s wedding
Attack on bullies during the marriage ceremony of a Dalit family in Madhya Pradesh. The Dabang of the village got angry with the DJ playing. The attackers broke the tent set up for the groom’s wedding, threw the food but still did not fill the stomach, then started pelting stones at the groom’s house.
Six people from the Dalit community were injured in stone pelting. The matter is of Machalpur village of Rajgarh. As soon as the information was received, a heavy convoy of police reached the spot. Police registered a case against 33 people, while 11 people were detained. Meanwhile, the groom’s work was also in the eyes of the police.
Rajesh Ahirwar, a resident of Harijan Basti of Kachnariya village of Rajgarh, was married. On Saturday, Rajesh had a procession and dinner. The procession was to take place on Sunday night. But before that late on Saturday night, the groom’s friends played DJ. After a while some domineering people of the village came there and asked the DJ to stop. The family members of the groom did not do this and there was a quarrel between both the parties regarding this matter. As soon as he saw it, it turned into a fight. After this the tyrants broke the tents and threw away the food items. A resident of the village told Dainik Bhaskar that Dalits are not allowed to play DJ on any auspicious occasion in the village.
Courtesy: Samachar nama
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