The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) held a dissent outside Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal’s living residence on Tuesday. To contradict his administration’s restriction on Chhath Mahaparva.
The Delhi government has restricted network festivities of Chhath Puja at public spots like stream banks, sanctuaries, ghats in the midst of a flood in Covid-19 cases.
The number of cases began approaching the 8000-mark every day a week ago. The number of cases began approaching the 8000-mark day by day a week ago.
Naveen Kumar, Delhi BJP’s media in-control, said Dinesh Pratap Singh and Kaushal Mishra will lead the gathering’s allies, who will assemble close to Chandgiram Akhara and walk towards Kejriwal’s home.
Ban on chhath puja outside by government, BJP protests
Delhi BJP chief Adesh Gupta said the public authority ought not to hurt the strict suppositions of Poorvanchalis. And consent should given to sort out Chhath Mahaparva with explicit rules or elective game plans ought to be.
“There is the outrage among Poorvanchalis living in Delhi because of the prohibition on Chhath Mahaparva… Chhath celebration is the greatest celebration for the Poorvanchalis and Chhath Vrati [those who fast] can’t leave the puja under any conditions.”
He said BJP-drove civil organizations and councilors have Chhath Ghats cleaned, however, it is the obligation of the Delhi government to orchestrate power and water.
Jai Prakash, city hall leader, North Delhi Municipal Corporation, denounced the prohibition on Chhath Puja and request that it is lifted.
“We did disinfection exercises at ghats much be group inadequate. The public authority should give explicit rules to direct the puja as opposed to forbidding it,” Prakash said.
Nirmal Jain, city hall leader, East Delhi Municipal Corporation, said individuals will surely observe Chhath on the off chance that not at public ghats, at that point in their states and social orders which would again prompt turmoil.
“The public authority ought to permit greater ghats to be open for the puja. The group can be in control. We are completely ready yet the public authority should concoct few rules.”