We all know that our soldiers in the Army have dedicated their whole life to their country. They sacrifice their everything when the nation calls for the duty, even their wedding. A very interesting incident has come to a light, where a soldier from Mandi, Himachal Pradesh has missed his wedding as he got stuck due to heavy snowfall while on his way home.
Suneel’s unfortunate wedding miss
Suneel had his wedding on Thursday. The Barat was programmed to leave for the Daled village of Ladbhadol in Mandi, all family members had geared up for this occasion. However, Suneel did not show up.
Suneel is a soldier who belongs to Himachal Pradesh’s Mandi. He was posted in Kashmir Valley. The soldier’s leave was supposed to start from January 1, and he had to reach the transition camp at Bandipora, a few days back. However, after reaching Bandipora, he got stuck, as the roads were blocked due to heavy snowfall.
Just another day
Both the families had guests, and the arrangements were in full swing when Suneel called to explain the situation to his family. At first, they were all disappointed when he couldn’t make it to the wedding. But, on a good side, the bride’s family understood the situation and decided on a new date for the wedding.
The bride’s uncle speaking to the media told that they are proud of Suneel for serving the nation, and another day will be fixed for the marriage.
The official Twitter account of Chinar Corps shared details about Suneel’s ruined wedding story. The account shared a story along with a picture of a news article, and wrote, “#LifeWillWaitThatsAPromise #IndianArmy Jawan misses wedding after #Kashmir Valley gets snowed in. Don’t worry life will wait. #NationFirstAlways The bride’s family agrees to a new date. Just another day in the life of a soldier.”
#LifeWillWaitThatsAPromise #IndianArmy Jawan misses wedding after #Kashmir Valley gets snowed in. Don't worry life will wait. #NationFirstAlways The bride's family agrees to a new date. Just another day in the life of a soldier.@adgpi @NorthernComd_IA @easterncomd pic.twitter.com/G1b1u5bCi6
— Chinar Corps – Indian Army (@ChinarcorpsIA) January 18, 2020