'Why not a temple if liquor shops can be opened,' BJP warned Uddhav govt

Mumbai: Dharmil sites in Maharashtra are yet to open and now BJP is completely targeting the Maharashtra government over it. Bjp spokesperson Ram Kadam recently said, "When the state government can give conditional approval to open liquor shops, bars, and restaurants, why can't temples be opened. Not only that, but the BJP leader has also warned that if the government does not take any decision to open the temple before Tuesday, he will go for Siddhi Vinayak temple darshan. The Government will not be able to stop them.''

On the other hand, NCP spokesperson Nawab Malik says, "There will be a joint meeting of the Paediatric Task Force, General Task Force, CM and Education Minister on the schools and colleges proposed to be opened by the Education Department in the state. Only then will a decision be taken on this.'' Apart from him, the Maharashtra Health Department has said, "Employees involved in essential services will be able to travel in local trains only if they have taken both doses of corona vaccine 14 days ago. A fine of Rs.500 will be recovered from those traveling without vaccination. At the same time, action can also be taken under Section 1860 of the IPC.''

Let me tell all of you that the Government of Maharashtra has allowed hotels, restaurants, bars to be opened with 50 percent capacity of their total capacity. Now they can be opened by 10 p.m. At the same time, the Government of Maharashtra has laid special emphasis on sanitization.

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