Chennai. Tamil Nadu Hindu Religious and Charitable Resources Minister PK Sekar Babu on Monday appealed to the BJP not to do politics in the name of God and not to hold a procession on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi considering the epidemic. It mentions that even if worshiped at home, Lord Ganesha will fulfill his wishes. The minister said that is why the government has decided not to hold the procession of idol abandonment due to corona virus infection.
If there is a violation, the government will not be a silent spectator, he said. Opposing the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) decision, the minister told reporters, “I am appealing not to do politics and to hold a procession in the name of God.” The BJP has asked to oppose the government’s decision. Why religious processions are being banned when other relaxations have been given. Ganesh Chaturthi 10 September. The Hindu Munnani organization has called on the government to reconsider its decision to ban the procession.
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Instructions to cancel all social, religious and political rallies and meetings in Maharashtra
On Monday, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray attended a disaster management meeting with several senior cabinet ministers. Experts believe that corona cases may increase in Maharashtra due to overcrowding during the festival season.
Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has said that the health of the citizens is our first priority. We can still celebrate the festival later. The country has a festive season in the next two months and a third wave of corona is also expected this time. He said the state is also growing in the case of Corona, so we need to focus on health first.
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