The Deputy CM of Karnataka, Ashwath Narayan warned former CM Kumaraswamy on son’s wedding. He said central government guidelines should be followed otherwise get ready for the penalties.
The nationwide lockdown hit the country hard. But amidst this, there is a VVIP wedding that is going to happen on April 17. Son of the former CM of Karnataka HD Kumaraswamy will ties a knot to Revati on Friday.
A few months ago they got engaged and now when the entire nation is locked down, they are going to wedlock. The place it is going to hold is a green zone means there is no report of corona cases. Therefore, Kumaraswamy has decided to continue the wedding.
Ramanagra is the green zone area where the couple will tie a knot. But unlike other VVIP weddings, this one is going to be simple. Former CM has said it would be a simple wedding and appealed his well-wishers, relatives, and party workers not to attend the wedding.
Strict actions will be taken against him if norms are not followed. No excuses will be heard if guidelines are not properly followed. It is his responsibility to ensure that not too many people attend the wedding, said the Deputy CM.
Also, he said, a concerned authority will film the wedding and document it. Kumaraswamy said only a few members of the families will be there. Once the lockdown ends and situations come back to normal, he promised to have a grand wedding celebration.
But the scenes near the wedding ground are saying something else. It is expected that 300-500 people will attend the wedding despite former CM ensuring the government about limited guests.