On diwali in delhi Firecrackers banned completely After doing this, now the Arvind Kejriwal government has issued a new order on Chhath festival. This year Chhath Puja will not be held in public places. Delhi government has a big Taking decision A letter has been issued regarding Mahaparva Chhath of Bihar.
In the letter issued by the government, it has been said that there will be no exemption to celebrate Chhath Puja at the public place in Delhi. For this, all the DMs and all the DDCs of the police Wrote the letter It is to be sure that Chhath Puja is not done in public places.
Govt of Delhi has issued an order directing all DMs and DDCs of Police and all authorities concerned to ensure that #ChhathPooja festival / celebration in November shall not be allowed at public places / river banks / temples etc. in the national capital: Cheif Secretary, Delhi pic.twitter.com/8oeCNqFZ6m
– ANI (@ANI) November 11, 2020
Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has given all the concerned district officials Instructions issued Have done. The order by DDMA states that the cases of corona in Delhi are increasing steadily. In such a situation, Chhath Puja will not be allowed to be celebrated in public places. DDMA has advised people to celebrate Chhath Puja at home.
Delhi government has given LG in the past to prepare and organize Chhath Puja Ghat in Delhi. Sent proposal Was. The government also sent SOP with him. In which there was talk of making all the arrangements for less crowd, artificial pier, social distance and awareness.
DDMA has said That it will not be held in public places. But if someone wants to celebrate privately at his personal place, he can. But during this time all measures should be taken to protect the crowds including social distance. Last year, the Delhi government had built a total of 1108 small and large ghats including the Yamuna River across Delhi. This time a tender was also issued for the Artificial Ghats. But after the approval of DDMA, the government will no longer organize for it.
This year, which is celebrated with great pomp, will brighten this year. In view of the ever increasing cases of Corona, Chhath Puja will not be held in public places this year. This year Chhath festival will be celebrated from 18 November to 21 November. It will begin on 18 November, with Nahay Khay on this day, Kharna on 19 November, Sandhya Arghya on 20 November and Usha Arghya on the morning of 21 November.
Millions of people of Delhi-NCR will be affected by this decision of Delhi Government. Let us know that lakhs of families of UP-Bihar live in the capital of the country, who perform Chhath Pujan. Chhath is celebrated with great pomp not only in Bihar but also in Uttar Pradesh. During Chhath, there is a fair view on the river and ghats in Delhi. Thousands of families are seen celebrating Chhath here. The major ghats of Delhi such as Yamuna Ghat, Hindon Ghat, Rajghat and Secretariat Ghat are crowded by many people celebrating Chhath.
It was also discussed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the election campaign in Bihar regarding Mahaparva Chhath. Talking about his attachment with Bihar, PM Modi said in Chapra that during the Corona era, no mother need worry about how Chhath will be celebrated.
PM Modi in Bihar’s Chapra said, “Hey my mother! If you have placed your son in Delhi, will he not worry about Chhath! mother! You prepare for Chhath, your son is sitting in Delhi. ”
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, requesting people before Diwali Video release did. In the video, Kejriwal had said to the public that he is ready to worship with the people but someone Don’t fire crackers.
He had said, “This time too we all will celebrate Diwali together, we will not burn firecrackers. In any case, do not burn firecrackers, if we fire crackers, we will play with the lives of our own children. By doing this, we will play with the life of our Delhi family. We will not burn firecrackers and celebrate the festival of Diwali together. “