For illustration solely: A homeless man eats Kheer, a candy dish, on Eid al-Fitr (Picture: AP) The gathering of individuals in massive numbers shouldn’t be advisable in gentle of the COVID-19 pandemic, mentioned Dr Pankaj Ashiya, municipal commissioner of the […]
The gathering of individuals in massive numbers shouldn’t be advisable in gentle of the COVID-19 pandemic, mentioned Dr Pankaj Ashiya, municipal commissioner of the Bhiwandi Nizampur Municipal Company.
- Final Up to date: August 1, 2020, 10:25 AM IST
The civic physique in Bhiwandi metropolis of Maharashtra has urged residents to have fun Bakrid at their properties and never assemble in public locations, particularly mosques, to forestall the unfold of coronavirus, an official mentioned on Friday.
The gathering of individuals in massive numbers shouldn’t be advisable in gentle of the COVID-19 pandemic, mentioned Dr Pankaj Ashiya, municipal commissioner of the Bhiwandi Nizampur Municipal Company. Issuing an order to the impact, he additionally appealed to the residents to conduct the ‘qurbani’ ritual in a symbolic method in the course of the celebrations on August 1.
Palghar district collector Dr Kailas Shinde additionally issued the same order banning Bakrid celebrations in public locations. In the meantime, the Kalyan Dombivli Municipal Company (KDMC) revoked the permission given to Bail Bazar locality, the place cattle had been being bought for the upcoming competition.
The concession was revoked as residents had been seen flouting the social distancing norms and violating the lockdown, the KDMC chief acknowledged in an order.
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