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Several bachelors reached Solapur collector’s office and demanded brides. (Representational)Solapur, Maharashtra: Flagging the issue of skewed male-female ratio, bachelors took out a march seeking brides for themselves in Maharashtra’s Solapur district.The ‘bridegroom morcha’ was organised on Wednesday by an outfit, which later submitted a memorandum to the district collector’s office seeking strict implementation of the Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (PCPNDT) Act to improve the male-female ratio in Maharashtra.The memorandum also asked the state government to arrange brides for the bachelors, who participated in the march.Several bachelors, clad in wedding costumes, riding horses and accompanied by a band, reached the collector’s office and demanded brides for themselves.”People may mock this morcha, but the grim reality is that youth of marriageable age are not getting brides just because the male-female ratio is skewed in the state,” said Ramesh Baraskar, the founder of the Jyoti Kranti Parishad, which organised the event.He claimed Maharashtra’s sex ratio was 889 girls per 1,000 boys.”This inequality exists because of female foeticide and the government is responsible for this disparity,” Mr Baraskar claimed.(This story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)Featured Video Of The DayHealth Minister’s Warning to Rahul Gandhi’s Yatra: Politics in Guise of Protocol?

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