Kanwar Yatra will be postponed, Covid rules will be on Eid-ul-adha. followed

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At the Peace Committee meeting held on Sunday in Police Lines regarding the upcoming festivities, Police Superintendent Satpal Antil briefed everyone on the government’s order and said the Kanwar Yatra will be postponed this time too. The covid guidelines are fully followed on Eid ul Azha. Measures are being taken against those who break the law.
Addressing the meeting, the police commissioner said that the Kanwar Yatra had been postponed in view of the corona epidemic (third wave). Jalabhishek is held in the pagodas as directed by the government. The guidelines of the corona epidemic are also followed on Eid-ul-Adha. The SP expected people of all religions to adhere to the Corona protocol and celebrate the upcoming festivities in mutual cooperation, harmony and peace.
On the occasion, Gyan Prakash Shukla, president of the Rural Bar Association, made his suggestion, saying that the child protection officer of the Ministry of Children’s Safety has requested police stations to be deployed at special festivals in the pagodas of the district. In the seminar, the additional superintendent of the police, West Rohit Mishra, East Surendra Prasad Dwivedi, CRO Inderbhushan, Himayat Ulla Banne Mian, Aslam, Anil Tripathi, Hazrat Maulana Rehmani Mian gave their suggestions. The program was carried out by ASP East Surendra Prasad.

At the Peace Committee meeting held on Sunday in Police Lines regarding the upcoming festivities, Police Superintendent Satpal Antil briefed everyone on the government’s order and said the Kanwar Yatra will be postponed this time too. The covid guidelines are fully followed on Eid ul Azha. Measures are being taken against those who break the law.

Addressing the meeting, the police commissioner said that the Kanwar Yatra had been postponed in view of the corona epidemic (third wave). Jalabhishek is held in the pagodas as directed by the government. The guidelines of the corona epidemic are also followed on Eid-ul-Adha. The SP expected people of all religions to adhere to the Corona protocol and celebrate the upcoming festivities in mutual cooperation, harmony and peace.

On the occasion, Gyan Prakash Shukla, president of the Rural Bar Association, made his suggestion, saying that the child protection officer of the Ministry of Children’s Safety has requested police stations to be deployed at special festivals in the pagodas of the district. In the seminar, the additional superintendent of the police, West Rohit Mishra, East Surendra Prasad Dwivedi, CRO Inderbhushan, Himayat Ulla Banne Mian, Aslam, Anil Tripathi, Hazrat Maulana Rehmani Mian gave their suggestions. The program was carried out by ASP East Surendra Prasad.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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