Man rides cycle to his wedding venue as mark of protest against high fuel price
In protest against high oil prices in the country, a man in full wedding finery rode a bicycle to the venue here.
Her family and friends walked to attend the wedding in the city’s Unit III area on Wednesday.
Photos of the wedding procession went viral on social media and were hailed by many as the “ideal wedding”.
Groom Subhranshu Small said his family had organized an expensive wedding procession.
“But I decided to use a bicycle to reach the wedding venue to register my protest against the ever-increasing fuel prices in the country.”
He covered a distance of about one kilometer on a bicycle dressed in wedding clothes.
Small said the overwhelming public support for his novel’s protest surprised him.
A member of the ‘barati’ (wedding party) said, “Even bystanders and bystanders took selfies with Subhranshu on the Cyclone.
Small said that many other people like him are disappointed about the prices of petrol and diesel. He said, “Agitating near Raj Bhavan has become a common practice of political parties. Personally, I preferred to express my displeasure. The Prime Minister should anticipate that the issue of fuel prices How angry people are.” .
In Bhubaneswar on Thursday, the price of petrol was Rs 112.56 and diesel was Rs 102.24 per litre.
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