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Hindu Group Marries Two Dogs To Protest Valentine's Day In Tamil Nadu

A Hindu-right group 'married' two dogs to protest Valentine's Day which, according to them, goes against Indian culture.

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In a protest against Valentine's Day, a Hindu rights group in Tamil Nadu performed a mock marriage between two dogs in the state's Sivaganga district on Monday.

The Hindu Mumnani has claimed that Valentine's Day promotes a culture that goes against Indian traditions. 

During the mock marriage, the group brought two dogs, adorned them with clothes and garland and tied a knot between them.

Hindu Munnani cadres stated that lovers misbehave in public areas on Valentine's Day and to oppose this, they conducted the dogs' wedding.

However, this is not the first time that a bizarre protest of such kind has taken place by a Hindu-right group. In 2018, a similar incident was reported from Chennai where Bharat Hindu Front workers got a dog and a donkey married in protest to indicate their opposition to Valentine’s Day. 

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