The locations of worship in Maharashtra could reopen quickly because the state chief minister Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday mentioned that he’ll launch the rules after Diwali. Non secular locations in Maharashtra have been closed since March after a lockdown was imposed to curb the Covid-19 unfold.
This announcement comes amid rising strain from varied fronts and political events regardless of the Covid-19 pandemic.
“Non secular locations can even be allowed to open. We’ll put together pointers for reopening locations of worship after Diwali,” mentioned CM Thackeray.
In addition to the Bharatiya Janata Occasion leaders, AIMIM Member of Parliament from Aurangabad Imtiaz Jaleel and Vanchit Bahujan Aghadi president Prakash Ambedkar have threatened to launch an agitation towards the closing of locations of worship.
Over the previous few weeks, Covid-19 circumstances within the state have been falling steadily. As of Saturday night, the state have 17,14,273 complete Covid-19 circumstances out which 99,151 had been lively circumstances. The dying toll stood at 45,115.