Rawat was abusing some of the female guests
In what was supposed to be a happy occasion turned into chaos when a fight ensued at an Indian wedding.
The wedding took place in Ajmer, Rajasthan, on the night of Wednesday, March 11, 2020.
It was reported that the wedding DJ instigated the trouble after arriving at the venue drunk.
The scuffle left one man injured. Meanwhile, police officers have registered a case against 15 people.
According to the police, Dharamram Meghwanshi had organised the wedding for his daughter. On the night of the incident, the baraat arrived.
The DJ, Man Singh Rawat, had also arrived and was playing music in his vehicle. However, the guests said that he was drunk.
It was alleged that Rawat was abusing some of the female guests, though officers do not know whether it was physically or verbally.
When guests saw that Rawat was abusing the women, they told him to leave.
Rawat had arrived at the venue with 13 others. When he was told to leave, Rawat became violent and started hitting some of the guests.
A fight soon erupted at the Indian wedding.
Shankar Singh Meghwanshi was the man who was left with minor injuries.
He explained that Rawat threw stones at him and made derogatory remarks against his caste.
The police were informed about the incident. A case was registered and an investigation was launched.
The Times of India reported that while a case has been registered, no arrests have been made as of yet.
Indian weddings usually go smoothly, however, when a fight ensues, it is usually over trivial matters.
In one case, a wedding reception in New Delhi descended into chaos after the guests were not happy with the quality of the food being served.
The reception, which took place at the Piccadilly Hotel, resulted in guests beating up hotel staff and getting violent with serving utensils.
After the food was served, guests expressed their dissatisfaction.
They then decided to take justice into their own hands to demonstrate their unhappiness with the food.
A ‘shocking’ attack on the hotel staff commenced with some of the guests assaulting waiters and then the violence moved towards the kitchen staff.
Cutlery, steel trays and utensils were thrown and used to hit some of the staff.
Reports say that guests from both the groom and bride’s side joined in the violent uproar regarding the quality and standard of the food served which was ‘clearly not acceptable’.
New Delhi police were called to the aftermath of the violent scenes at the hotel.
Guests involved in the fracas were arrested and charged for disturbing the public peace, assault of the hotel staff and for damaging hotel property.