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Haryana Government announced Kanyadan Scheme for Bride participants of Mass Marriages

Jan 4, 2013 11:41 IST

The Government of Haryana on 3 January 2012 announced its plan of launching a Kanyadan Scheme in the state for brides participating in the mass marriage ceremony, which would be organised by any of the registered NGO or the Red Cross Society. The scheme would carry an incentive amount of 11000 rupees and would come into effect from 1 April 2012.

Launch of the scheme was planned to check the social evils like dowry in the state and the mass marriages would bring down the expenditure done on any of the wedding eves. The incentive amount of 11000 rupees would be given to brides from all castes, creeds, race, religion and the income category to which the girl belongs.

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