CM Uddhav Thackeray reaches Mumba Devi temple with family on first day of Navratri

Religious places in Maharashtra have reopened after being closed for nearly six months due to the Covid-19 epidemic. Let us tell all of you that devotees were seen in temples and mosques in Mumbai and other places since morning. With the opening of religious places on the first day of Navratri, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, his wife Rashmi Thackeray and two sons Aditya and Tejas visited Mumba Devi's temple at 8.45 am and visited the goddess. During this time, all the masks were seen following the social distance. Similar devotees were also seen.

You can see the Thackeray family also visited the Mumba Devi temple wearing masks and following social distance. During this time, everyone spent about half an hour here. The Chief Minister was accompanied by Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar. After paying obeisance, the Chief Minister greeted the people on Navratri. In fact, he said, "In view of Covid-19, it is everyone's responsibility to follow the health rules at the place of prayer. The Chief Minister further said, "He prayed to Mumba Devi to completely end the corona virus-borne epidemic.'

Let us tell all of you that religious places will reopen in the state today. On the other hand, BJP Legislative Council member Niranjan Dawkhare visited the temple of the famous Ghantali Devi in Thane and paid obeisance. Many devotees in traditional attire also visited the temple to pay obeisance. A musical programme was organized at Mahalaxmi Temple at Dahanu in Palghar district and Vajreshwari Temple in Vasai.


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