Bhopal: Ban on Muharram's mourning procession, guidelines issued for Ganesh Utsav

Bhopal: Almost all festivals have faded due to the increasing infection of corona in the country at present. Now people have started celebrating festivals in their homes. Now, this year too, something similar seems to be happening. In fact, no festival is being allowed to be celebrated with fanfare by the Government. However, this is being done not only by the Central Government but also by the State Government. On the 19th of August, the Festival of Shia and Bohra is Muharram and preparations have been started for Ganesh Utsav next month. Amidst all this, Bhopal collector Avinash Lavanya has banned the procession slated to take place at Muharram.

At the same time, orders have also been issued for Ganesh Utsav. In fact, on the day of Muharram, people belonging to Shia and Bohra communities take out processions and mourn, but this time, like last year, this year too, it has been banned due to covid. That is, the Muharram procession will not be taken out this year also. At the same time, orders have also been issued for Ganesh Utsav. Under this, guidelines have been issued for keeping small idols and not crowding.

Recently, Bhopal Collector Avinash Lavanya has issued orders banning the Matami procession of Muharram in Bhopal and issued a statement in the matter saying, "The procession has been banned due to corona guidelines. If a Muharram procession is taken out at any place in Bhopal or Tajia is taken out by the mob anywhere, action will be taken against them.'' At the same time, Ganesh Utsav will also be allowed to be celebrated under certain conditions.

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