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Monday, September 27, 2021

Punjab CM Charanjit Singh Channi congratulated the newly married couple after stopping the car, the video went viral

A new video of Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi is now going viral on social media, in which Channi is seen congratulating the newly wed couple on their wedding. In the video, Channi is seen congratulating the bride and groom. Channi, who was traveling to Bathida, suddenly stopped the car after seeing the couple at Mandi Kalan village. Now seeing this video, people are commenting a lot on social media. Earlier, the video of Channi doing Bhangra went viral.

The Punjab government on its official Twitter handle posted a viral video of the incident in which Channi is seen congratulating and congratulating the married couple.

The Punjab government has also tweeted along with the video post. Under which Chief Minister Charanjit Channi, who went on Bathinda tour, when he reached the village Mandi Kalan, he saw a newly married couple there and stopped his vehicle and congratulated the newly married couple. In the video, the Chief Minister is also seen hugging the man and giving the man an omen to his wife.

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During his visit to Bathinda today, Chief Minister @CHARANJITCHANNI spotted a newly married couple at village Mandi Kalan and suddenly stopped his vehicle to convey his best wishes. pic.twitter.com/kws6XBAZGf


During this, Channi asks when did they get married. To which a woman of the family replies that the marriage took place on Saturday. Similarly, a few days ago, Channi performed the folk dance of Punjab 'Bhangra' with the students at a program in Kapurthala.