Chhath puja celebrations are prohibited in these states amid Covid-19

19 nov 2020

Chhath puja celebrations are prohibited in these states amid Covid-19

Chhath puja festivities started on Thursday with the customary 'nahay khay' function over a few pieces of the nation. The four-day-long celebration is being commended in numerous pieces of the nation, including, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and West Bengal, in the midst of the furious Covid pandemic.
The Chhath Puja is commended on the 6th day of the Kartik month consistently. During the celebration, ladies and men quick and love Sun and his significant other Usha to offer thanks and appeal to God for the success of their family. Chhath puja will end on Saturday morning after supplications to the rising sun.

Taking into account the pandemic, a few states have placed a control on the celebration considering the rising Covid-19 disease inciting fights and analysis from the ideological groups. Here is a rundown of states that have put limitations on Chhath festivities.
1. The Delhi government has forced a sweeping prohibition on Chhath puja merriments after Covid-19 cases leaped to record high numbers in the public capital. The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) educated authorities to guarantee that Chhath puja isn't performed at public spots, waterway banks and sanctuaries in the city this year considering the Covid-19 pandemic.
2. In Mumbai, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has put limitations on the mass festival of Chhath puja at sea shores, stream banks and other characteristic water bodies in the city and requested that lovers abstain from swarming.
And further in Odisha and Jharkhand .