Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday urged individuals to rejoice Diwali with out firecrackers as circumstances of an infection resulting from Covid-19 see a downward pattern within the state. He stated that he won’t impose a ban and requested individuals to indicate self-disciple and rejoice firecrackers-free Diwali.
“No matter we have now achieved (in controlling Covid-19) will go away in 4 days resulting from air pollution by means of firecrackers,” Thackeray stated in an attraction. “No firecrackers in public locations. I’m not imposing a ban on crackers or an Emergency,” he additionally stated.
“We are able to ban firecrackers however we are able to keep away from bursting firecrackers by exercising self-discipline,” stated CM Thackeray.
Referring to the current spike in Covid-19 circumstances within the nationwide capita, Thackeray stated, “The Covid curve is coming down in Maharashtra and Mumbai with self-discipline and willpower of the individuals. We’re seeing that circumstances are going up in Delhi. It is because of air pollution.”
“15 days after Diwali are nonetheless essential,” he additionally stated.
Because the Covid-19 circumstances fall in Maharashtra, Thackeray introduced reopening of locations of worship and stated will put together the rules after Diwali.