Dhoni-Sakshi leave for Ranchi, security remains in Kandoli

Updated: 05 July 2010 11:45 IST

Security arrangements in and around Kandoli village continued to remian even as MS Dhoni and his newly-wedded wife Sakshi left for Ranchi on Monday.

Dhoni-Sakshi leave for Ranchi, security remains in Kandoli

Dehradun:

Security arrangements in and around Kandoli village continued to remian even as India cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni and his newly-wedded wife Sakshi left for Ranchi on Monday, a day after the couple's low-key marriage ceremony at a resort near here.

The media persons continued to camp at the area while the Uttarakhand Police said the deployment would remain around the Vishranti Resorts - the venue of the marriage, some 25 kms from the hill city.

"There are some family members, who are still staying in the resorts. So as a precautionary measure we have decided to continue with police deployment there," Dehradun SSP Abhinav Kumar said.

However, Kumar said that the police force has partially been withdrawn since early morning.

Dhoni tied the nuptial knot with childhood friend Sakshi Singh Rawat yesterday in a private ceremony attended only by family members and close friends, including a few of his team-mates.

Kandoli, 25km from here, is a sleepy and non-descript village deep inside the dense forests where narrow muddy lanes were filled with scores of cricket fans and media persons who tried to have a glimpse of the ceremony.

"Many people come here to solemnise their marriage in the resorts. But such a huge gathering of media persons and police was seen for the first time," said 50-year-old Kashmiri Lal, a resident of the village.

Since media persons were denied entry inside the resorts, the villagers showed extraordinary benevolence by providing them food and tea.

"Since there is no shop around the village, it was really courteous on the part of villagers to provide us food and tea especially in the night hours," said a journalist, who came from New Delhi to cover the event.

Earlier, Vishranti Resorts had came to the limelight when Devyani, who was allegedly linked with slain Nepalese Prince Dipendra, believed to have stayed there for a few days soon after the massacre of the royal family at Kathmandu in 2002.

Among others, former Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhra Raje also often visits the resorts, said the villagers.

Topics : Cricket MS Dhoni
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