Chandigarh: The guidelines of the Union Government have been challenged in the High Court allowing Haryana, Punjab and Chandigarh to include a maximum of 50 persons in the marriage program. The High Court has directed the Haryana, Punjab, Chandigarh and Union governments to decide on the petitioners’ request.
The petitioner appealed to the High Court to make necessary order to amend the notification issued by the Central Government so that no more than 25 people could attend the wedding as guests. The High Court directed Haryana, Punjab, Chandigarh and the Union Government to take a decision on the representation submitted by the petitioner in the matter.
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petitioners told the High Court that the Union government had issued a guideline for the states on Lockdown 5. Under the guidelines, a maximum of 50 people were allowed to attend the wedding. The petitioner said that the Anti-Dowry Act was applicable in Haryana and Punjab under which a maximum of 25 persons could join the marriage as baratis.
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petitioner said that the government saw no provisions allow states like today 50 people in Haryana and Punjab, which are two laws face Have gone When 50 people attend the ceremony, it will weaken the coronavirus fight, because the number of 50 people is too large.