Rajasthan’s important religious places to remain closed till July 31 | Jaipur News


JAIPUR: Each of spiritual places in Rajasthan except the little ones in rural areas, that bring 50 devotees per day or under, will stay closed till July 31. The decision had been taken by chief minister Ashok Gehlot in a Covid-19 review meeting held in his home on Sunday. It had been taken after considering proposals created by committees to district police which didn’t favour opening spiritual places, the official announcement said.
“The spiritual areas in rural regions, which include a footfall of around 50 persons a day, will probably be permitted to start on the state that they follow all of Covid protocols and standard operating procedures set up from the state and central authorities,” said the announcement. Spiritual places with footfall greater than 50 will stay shut in rural places.
Reacting to the conclusion, mahant Kailash Sharma, chief priest of Moti Doongri Temple stated,”I welcome the decision taken by CM Ashok Gehlot. I am certain that they must haven’t found it suitable to start the spiritual website.”
Most spiritual places against reopening
It wasn’t easy for the authorities to have a call about the status of spiritual websites closed since the lockdown. The authorities had formed committees in each district to research the problem of opening spiritual places and supply security to each devotee. Resources said none of those spiritual places with greater footfalls had indicated any persuasive opening formulation.
While nearly all of them stated”no more” to opening until the situation becomes ordinary, some desired religious places to be available just like other associations throughout Unlock 1.0.
At an interview with Ajmer district collector Vishwa Mohan on July 25, Syed Moin Chishti, president of Anjuman Moinia Fakhria Chistia (a body of khadims), had stated around 20,000 households in Ajmer of religions were determined on devotees. He’d stated that any delay could produce a hunger-like situation for people who are determined by the shrine.
Meanwhile, the government has dropped the compulsory supply of 14-day home quarantine for people coming from different nations. Additionally, it has expanded the Jagrukta Abhiyan until July 7 following the door-to-door health survey of residents were shown to be a victory. The 10-day effort will get on June 30.


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