Katrina Kaif, Badshah And Many Other Stars Perform At 200 Crores Wedding In Auli: Leave The Beauty With 4000Kg Waste

The wedding of the two sons of Gupta Brothers, famed South African personalities from India, has left the beautiful landscape of Auli with 4000 kg dump. The wedding rituals took place for 7 days and many of the Bollywood stars were invited to perform at this 200 crores wedding. However, this wedding has created a big question on how people are treating the environment and are the Bollywood stars completely unconcerned with this matter?

South Africa-based business tycoons, Ajay and Atul Gupta (they have their own set of controversies with the South-African government too), had gotten their two sons, Suryakant and Shashank married in a lavish wedding in Auli, Uttarakhand. it was a wedding that most localites from Auli had never witnessed. And soon enough, a wide array of glamour world celebrities started pouring in. Stars like Katrina Kaif, Kailash Kher, Badshah, Sidharth Malhotra, Abhijeet Sawant, Kanika Kapoor, Javed Ali, Urvashi Rautela, Nora Fatehi, Sidharth Malhotra, Roshni Chopra, Karanvir Bohra, Husein Kuwajerwala, Urvashi Rautela and Surbhi Jyoti had set the stage and pre-wedding functions on fire. Apart from people belonging to the glamour world, high-profile guests such as Yoga guru Ramdev Baba, spiritual guru Swami Chidananda Saraswati, and politicians like Uttarakhand’s Chief Minister (CM) Trivendra Singh Rawat and state BJP president and Nainital MP Ajay Bhatt had graced the occasion with their presence.

While the wedding of Gupta brothers happily carried, it left the big impact on a clean city like Auli which has triggered environmentalists and localites. According to the reports, over 4000 kg of waste has been left over from the Gupta wedding. The supervisor of area Municipal Corporation, Anil, along with a team of 20 has been assigned the task of cleaning the magnum waste. About the same, a waste management team had shared, “The wedding has created a waste problem in the hill station. The garbage has surpassed 40 quintals.” A resident of Auli shared, “Plastic packets and bottles are lying everywhere. Our cows go for grazing in the area daily. What if they consume plastic? Who would take the responsibility? The situation here is really pathetic.”

 

As per the latest update, Joshimath’s Municipality President, Shailendra Panwar has confirmed that the Guptas’ have already deposited Rs 54,000 to clear off the garbage. They have also agreed to look upon the cost incurred for future waste deposits. Shailendra was quoted as saying to the ANI, “The Gupta family had deposited Rs 54,000 as user charge. Over 150 quintal waste has been cleaned up till now. After the cleaning work is complete the total bill of all the expenses, including manual labour and vehicles, will be sent to them. The family has agreed to pay the entire bill and also provide a vehicle to the Municipality.”

 

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