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HD Kumaraswamy’s son gets married, mocks all lockdown standards: no masks, no social distancing norms followed

Former Karnataka chief minister HD Kumaraswamy has pursued contention after a wedding in his family was solemnized mocking all standards to be worked on during the lockdown. Visuals of the government official’s son Nikhil getting married to Revathi, the niece of former Congress minister M Krishnappa, on Friday show that there was no social distancing followed at the function that was being led in the novel coronavirus pandemic.

The lucky man was wearing a conventional ivory kurta, while the lady settled on a gold silk saree. The visitors at the function were spotted without wearing masks, something that has been asked by the Government to be followed carefully while the nation keeps on being in lockdown to battle Covid-19.

The service was apparently held at Kumaraswamy’s farmhouse at Kethaganahalli close Bidadi. Prior, a terrific wedding slam had been made arrangements for the couple at Janapadaloka, yet it must be dropped due to the coronavirus episode.

Following the adjustment in setting, Kumaraswamy had said that the marriage would be a straightforward issue with just relatives in participation.

As indicated by an IANS report, Nikhil’s granddad and JD(S) supremo and previous Prime Minister H.D. Deve Gowda, grandma Chennamma, uncles including previous clergyman H.D. Revanna, cousin and Hassan Lok Sabha MP Prajwal Hegde and other relatives were welcome to be available at the little service.

A day sooner, pre-wedding ceremonies were additionally held at the farmhouse. Nikhil got connected with to 22-year-old Revathi in Bengaluru on February 10.

The festivals, when social separating and disengagement are of most extreme need, are confronting fire via web-based social media.

The 28-year-old husband to be had challenged the Mandya Lok Sabha seat in the May 2019 general decisions in his lady constituent offer yet lost to south Indian on-screen character Sumalatha Ambareesh.

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