Ban on Holi and Shab-e-Barat celebrations in Maharashtra
Ban on Holi and Shab-e-Barat celebrations in Maharashtra

Nagpur: Day by day infection is rapidly increasing in Maharashtra. The municipal corporation has issued a notification last Friday amid the rise in the cases of covid-19 in Nagpur city. The notification says that Holi will not be celebrated in public and private places. At the same time, the Shab-e-Barat procession will also not be removed. In fact, the state government has already imposed stringent restrictions in Nagpur till 31st March. Now, the Nagpur Municipal Corporation has given order according to which more than five people will not be allowed to gather at public places during festivals on 28th and 29th March.

The notification issued also says, "It will not be allowed to celebrate Holi in private and public places and carry out a Shab-e-Barat procession." The NMC said in a statement that "All private establishments, offices, shops, markets and libraries will remain closed on March 29." With this, Kirana, vegetable, and meat shops will have to be closed after one o'clock in the afternoon on 29th March.

On the issue, an official has also said, "3,579 new cases of the corona were reported in Nagpur in a day and 47 people died on Thursday.'' In addition, he also said, "the cases of infection in the district have reached 2,07,067 while the death toll has risen to 4,784.'' In addition, he has also stated that 1,67,467 patients have been healthy so far from the infection.

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