Two sisters married from the wrong groom in India due to lack of electricity

12 May, 2022
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Two sisters married from the wrong groom in India due to lack of electricity

In a strange incident, a power outage during a joint wedding causes two sisters to marry the wrong groom in India.

The main reason behind this strange incident is that a power outage in Aslana village in Madhya Pradesh, India, caused chaos in the joint wedding procedures.

And, according to the British newspaper, “Mirror”, the priest continued the ritual, but confused the couple by mistake, as he wanted to control the panic that witnessed the ceremony.

The father of the two brides said that the priest made a mistake by marrying each girl to the wrong man, because they were wearing a similar red dress with a headscarf, and it is a tradition that Indian men also wear a veil of flowers during the wedding. Although the error was later corrected, it highlighted the prevalence of blackouts in India due to the increasing demand for energy, due to the high temperature in the country.

Temperatures in northern India soared to 47 degrees Celsius, and neighboring Pakistan experienced its hottest March in 61 years, temperatures soared across southern Asia, and temperatures in Pakistan soared at 47 degrees Celsius.

"Temperatures are rising rapidly in the country, and are rising much earlier than usual," Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi commented in April. The heat shock has also prompted the glaciers of the Himalayas, Hindu Kush and Karkoram to accelerate their rapid melting, and about 30 glacial lakes created due to the recent rise in temperatures are now at risk of serious flooding.

Temperatures are expected to drop after the arrival of the monsoon with the start of the season this month.


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