Rajasthan bans all religious gatherings ahead of Kanwar Yatra, Eid-ul-Zuha

New Delhi: In perspective on forthcoming strict celebrations including Kanwar Yatra and Eid-ul-Zuha, the Rajasthan government on Saturday (July 17, 2021) chose to boycott every single strict program and assemblies with an end goal to control the spread of COVID-19.

According to the warning from the state government, even the yearly Mudiya Poono Mela, which is coordinated each year in Mathura’s Govardhan region, won’t be held for the current year. The update likewise added that the enthusiasts won’t be permitted to assemble for the Chaturmas celebration too.

Moreover, the state government has likewise mentioned all fans to love and offer petitions at home while stringently sticking to the COVID-19 convention.

Giving a new request, the state government additionally dropped the Kanwar Yatra and forced limitations on supplications and public and strict spots on the event of Eid-ul-Zuha.

In the interim, there are presently 522 dynamic COVID-19 cases in Rajasthan, according to the association wellbeing service. An aggregate of 9,43,788 recuperations and 8,947 passings have been accounted for in the state up until this point. Upwards of 2,75,00,622 dosages of COVID-19 antibodies have been directed in the state, including 2,23,73,512 first portions and 51,27,110 second portions.

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