A video of a woman constable’s ‘haldi’ ceremony being held at the police station premises is going viral and receiving applauds on social media. The woman cop, Asha Roth, who is posted at Rajasthan’s Dungarpur police station could not get leaves for her wedding approved as the second wave of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic hit the country, following which her family stepped up and decided to organise the ceremony at the police station itself. During the pandemic, while many has the opportunity to stay and work from home, frontline workers like this woman constable have been working day and night to ensure that people follow all necessary protocols and guidelines for their own safety.Also Read - Viral Video: IndiGo Pilot Surprises Wife By Making The Sweetest In-Flight Announcement. Watch
Videos and photos of the ceremony from Asha’s haldi ceremony are now going viral on social media. In one of the videos, shared by the Facebook page of Wagad Darshan, some other female cops in uniform can be seen performing the rituals, applying haldi and singing traditional songs. Dressed in a yellow salwar suit with red dupatta, the bride-to-be was seen sitting on a chair, while her colleagues did her ‘haldi’ which is believed to be one of the important rituals in Hindu weddings. Also Read - Viral Video: Japanese Man Spends Rs 12 Lakh to Transform Into Dog, Netizens Are Weirded Out. Watch
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As per reports, constable Asha’s wedding was actually scheduled to be held last year, however, due to the pandemic it was postponed. And, after her wedding was postponed by a year, the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic has spoiled her plans yet again. She is scheduled to get married later this month.