Nagpur: Chhath Puja is a very ancient Hindu festival lasting for 4 days, And this festival is also celebrated every year with devotion and faith. However, due to the corona virus epidemic, restrictions were imposed on public works. And this year even before this festival, this state has also published completely new norms for Puja to be held. Nagpur district Mayor Dayashankar Tiwari has written a letter to Chief Minister Uddahv Thackeray and has requested for relaxation in the restrictions of Chhath Puja.
Mayor Dayashankar Tiwari has said that this dangerous epidemic of corona virus is completely under control for the last two and a half months. After the Ganesh festival, the festival of Diwali has also come off safely.
The covid infection has not spread further at all. Consequently, the residents of Nagpur district should also be allowed to perform in public.
Permission Should be Given to Perform
In a letter to Chief Minister Uddahv Thackeray on Saturday, Mayor Dayashankar Tiwari has said that due to the dreadful scenario of this dreaded epidemic of coronavirus in the last year, the public program of Chhath Puja was completely banned. And then in a letter, the concerns of Chhath Puja to be held in this year were also mentioned that the public program of this festival has been completely banned.
Now considering the present scenario of Nagpur district, full permission should be given to perform Chhath Puja. On the banks of rivers and lakes, all the devotees gather to offer Arghya to the Sun. For the past two months, less than 10 positive cases of covid were found in Nagpur district.
The ban on Chhath Puja has created an atmosphere of great dissatisfaction among the local people of Nagpur and because of this also all citizens should be given exemption.