MP: New guidelines issued for shrines, will not offer prayers in masjid

Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Home Department has issued new guidelines on religious places. In fact, according to these new rules, a maximum of 50 people will be able to offer prayers at a time at all religious places of worship. Let me tell you that these guidelines will be applicable to all religious places of worship except Idgah and these orders will continue till 31st July. Now, talking about Bakrid, people will not be able to offer prayers at Eidgah or masjid on this day. In fact, the Corona Protocol has to be followed by the management of the religious, place of worship. The guidelines will continue till 31st July.

Recently, Additional Chief Secretary, Department, Dr. Rajesh Rajoura has issued these guidelines. Let us also tell all of you that Eid will be celebrated across the country on 21st July. We all know that the corona havoc has not stopped yet and the third wave is being said to have come. In view of the third wave, the State Government has already been alerted. CM Shivraj held a meeting in view of the situation in Corona and the review of the upcoming preparations.

At the same time, he has also decided that "from 26th July, 11th and 12th classes will be conducted with 50% students. Initially, we will set up schools one day or the other. They will then hold classes two days each from the first week of August. 50 percent of the class students will come for two days and the remaining 50 percent will come for the next two days. In this way, the school will be set up four times in seven days. He has issued orders to open the restaurant up to 11 pm.''

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