Renowned Siddhivinayak Temple to allow 1000 devotees each day
Renowned Siddhivinayak Temple to allow 1000 devotees each day

Thackeray led Maharashtra government has decided to reopen the religious places from today. The order  allowing religious places to reopen was passed last week. The iconic Siddhivinayak Temple in Mumbai would also be open for devotees. The temple management on Sunday announced that an initial cap of 1,000 devotees per day will be allowed to avoid crowding and to maintain the covid-19 management protocols. 

Management has instructed the devotees to download the Shree Siddhivinayak Ganapati Temple app from Google Play Store. The devotees are required to submit their details and other information that is sought before registering themselves for the darshan. Aadesh Bandekar, Chairman of Shree Siddhivinayak Temple Trust, informs the reporters that the temple authorities will take all possible measures to adhere the safety measures. To ensure social distancing, a cap of 100 devotees per hour has been planned. 

Temple, mosques, gurudwaras, churches, shrines and other places of worship in Maharashtra were closed down since the pandemic outbreak in March. The Centre has allowed religious places to reopen from June but the state owing to the high number of positive cases reported every day preferred cautious choice to keep the worship -places closed. 

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