Parmish Verma tied knot with Geet Grewal on Tuesday night. It was a lavish wedding in Surrey that drew a lot of attention not only in India but overseas as well.
The wedding is said to drew numerous noise and traffic complaints from nearby residents.
The wedding of Parmish Verma and Geet Grewal included a full-fledged ferris wheel and a concert-worthy sound system that blasted bhangra beats that could be heard up to 15 blocks away, past 2 a.m.
Surrey RCMP Media Relations Officer Vanessa Munn reported that they received "multiple noise complaints" as a result of the event. Several traffic complaints were also received, according to Surrey Bylaw Officers.
"Bylaw officers issued 15 tickets for parking infractions and towed a number of vehicles," according to a statement from the Surrey Bylaw Department. "Bylaw officers advised the wedding organiser to halt and desist their activities due to noise and traffic issues affecting the neighbourhood."
Officers say they returned to the property earlier today with Surrey RCMP and City of Surrey Building and Electrical Inspectors. A Stop Work Order was issued to the property owner for failing to obtain permits for large tents that were set up on the property.