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Silchar: 12 couples to tie nuptial knot in mass marriage

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Silchar, Feb 18: In a mass marriage a total of 12 couples will be tying the knot in the 18th edition of Gana Bibaha 2022, at the Normal School premises on Sunday. The event will be organised by Lions Club of Silchar Central.

Pradip Ghosh, president of the club informed the media on Thursday that as many as 12 couples will tie their nuptial knot amidst blessings, cheer and jubilation.

He informed that the couples would be given gifts, ration for one month along with necessary merchandise by the organisers on the occasion.

Samik Sen, secretary of the club along with SS Endow, Rupnayan Das, RN Dutta Banik, Jashabanta Das and others informed that the couples are mostly daily wage earners from tea garden areas. The ceremony would be held by adhering to the Covid 19 guidelines and maintaining the safety protocol, the Lions members said.

"Over the years, through this project, we have strived to extend humble cooperation to the people who hail mostly from the remote tea garden areas including Chandigarh Tea garden, Kashipur Tea Estate, Nagar TE etc. We thank the authorities of Normal School Silchar for giving us the premises for the annual ceremony. Also, we thank other associations for their support in the objective," the organisers said.

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Silchar: 12 couples to tie nuptial knot in mass marriage

Silchar, Feb 18: In a mass marriage a total of 12 couples will be tying the knot in the 18th edition of Gana Bibaha 2022, at the Normal School premises on Sunday. The event will be organised by Lions Club of Silchar Central.

Pradip Ghosh, president of the club informed the media on Thursday that as many as 12 couples will tie their nuptial knot amidst blessings, cheer and jubilation.

He informed that the couples would be given gifts, ration for one month along with necessary merchandise by the organisers on the occasion.

Samik Sen, secretary of the club along with SS Endow, Rupnayan Das, RN Dutta Banik, Jashabanta Das and others informed that the couples are mostly daily wage earners from tea garden areas. The ceremony would be held by adhering to the Covid 19 guidelines and maintaining the safety protocol, the Lions members said.

"Over the years, through this project, we have strived to extend humble cooperation to the people who hail mostly from the remote tea garden areas including Chandigarh Tea garden, Kashipur Tea Estate, Nagar TE etc. We thank the authorities of Normal School Silchar for giving us the premises for the annual ceremony. Also, we thank other associations for their support in the objective," the organisers said.