Blocked roads and violent protests could not stop a groom in Punjab from going to his bride’s house. The groom crossed the River Jhelum on the shoulders of his relatives to reach the wedding venue, ARY News reported.

The groom left to attend his wedding ceremony but had to stop at River Jhelum bridge owing to its closure due to the Tehreek-e-Labaik Pakistan’s (TLP) ongoing protests in the province.

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The groom crossed the River Jhelum on the shoulders of his relatives. The wedding guests were able to reach the bride’s home after covering the distance on foot.

Various roads, including the GT Road, are blocked to stop the violent protesters from marching towards Islamabad.