Agatha Sangma and her husband Patrick Marak.

Lok Sabha member from Meghalaya’s Tura, Agatha K Sangma has finally tied the nuptial knot on Thursday with her fiancé Patrick Rongma Marak, a doctor.

A proud elder brother and state Chief Minister Conrad Sangma has flooded his official Twitter account with images of his bride-sister and the groom.

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Conrad wrote, “Congratulations to the newlyweds! May God bless their union as they begin their journey together. Such a proud and happy moment for our family.”

Image courtesy: Twitter @SangmaConrad

He also wrote, “Here comes our bride! It is an extremely emotional moment to see our sister walking down the aisle today. Our Papa would be so proud.”

Earlier Conrad paid tribute to his father, the late PA Sangma, on the day of his sister Agatha Sangma’s wedding.

Sangma was also accompanied by Assam finance minister Himanta Biswa Sarma in paying his respects.

Sangma, sharing images in his official Twitter handle of them paying their respects at the memorial stone where his father was laid to rest said, “Sought blessings from my late Father before Agatha exchange her wedding vows with Patrick.”

Image courtesy: Twitter @SangmaConrad

Like every parent, he would’ve been proud to walk her down the aisle and we wish he were here today,” Conrad also wrote.

In the tweet, the Meghalaya Chief Minister also thanked Himanta for accompanying him.

Agatha, who is the Lok Sabha MP from Tura, got married to Patrick SR Marak in a glittering ceremony attended by several prominent personalities of the Northeast on Thursday.

She represents the Tura constituency of Meghalaya following the 2009 parliamentary election as a candidate of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP).

She also held the distinction of being the youngest minister of state in the Manmohan Singh Cabinet during the second term of the UPA regime.

Notably, former captain of the Indian football team Bhaichung Bhutia is also among the invited guests.

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