The Uddhav government has made a big announcement – now all religious places will be opened in Maharashtra, along with schools will also be opened. Know the date of opening.
In view of the second wave of corona epidemic has weakened, religious places closed in Maharashtra for a long time have been allowed to open from 7 October. Festivals are starting, in such a situation, from the first day of Navratri, all the temples along with other religious places will be opened in the state. This information has been given by the Chief Minister’s Office of Maharashtra. Let us tell you that the opposition party was agitating for the opening of religious places for a long time.
Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said, ‘All religious places in the state will open from October 7. The Maharashtra government has prepared for the third wave, but taking precautions, the state government is giving relaxation in various activities. The Chief Minister said that the cases of infection are decreasing in the state but the threat of corona virus remains.
CM’s appeal- ‘People do not go out without wearing a mask’
CM Thackeray said, ‘Even though the daily cases of Kovid-19 are decreasing, but everyone should be careful and follow the Kovid-19 protocol. ‘ Thackeray said, ‘Religious places are going to open, people should wear masks and use hand sanitizers. The management of shrines will be responsible for ensuring such measures.
CM Uddhav Thackeray did not give permission to open schools
Along with this, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has given permission on Friday to reopen schools with restrictions from October 4. According to this, permission has been given to open schools for class 5-12 in rural areas of Maharashtra, for classes 8-12 in towns and in urban areas. Please tell that due to Corona epidemic, the schools were closed for the last one and a half years. Online education of children was going on.
School Education Minister said – Decision was taken to open schools consciously.
Maharashtra School Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad said that schools have been allowed to reopen strictly following all the rules of Kovid-19. The decision has been taken.
He said that attendance of children in schools would not be mandatory. Parental consent will be mandatory for children to be allowed to attend school. Also depending on the numbers, schools can opt for limited classes or alternate day classes.
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