Permission receives to distribute prasad-langar in religious places in Punjab

In the Indian state of Punjab, the current government has lifted the ban on distributing offerings and langars in religious places of the state. The state home department issued a notification in this regard on Tuesday. The government has taken this decision after getting permission from the central government.

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Under Unlock 1.0, the Central Government had given permission to open a religious place, but at one time more than 20 people had gathered and prohibited the distribution of any kind of langar-prasad, etc. The Center was requested by the Punjab government to lift this ban, in response to which the Center has given permission to distribute prasad and langar.

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The letter issued by the Additional Chief Secretary (Home) of Punjab states that the permission to distribute community kitchen, langar, and prasad in religious places has been given on the conditions that social distancing and preparing langar and prasad in the religious place, time should be taken for cleanliness. Other rules and restrictions imposed by the Ministry of Health in relation to religious places from June 4 will remain in effect as before. The religious places established in the Containment Zone will remain closed for the time being. The central government's decision to ban the distribution of prasad and langar had become a political issue in Punjab. While the Congress and the Akali Dal raised questions on this decision, at the same time rhetoric had started against each other regarding this. The Akali Dal accused Captain Sarkar of not distributing prasad and langar in religious places in the state.

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