Devotees will not be able to go to Ganpati’s pandals in Mumbai, procession is also not allowed, section 144 applied

It has been decided to implement Section 144 from September 10-19 regarding the Ganesh Festival in Mumbai Maharashtra. Apart from this, devotees will not be able to go to Ganpati’s pandals. Also, no procession will be allowed.

A third wave of corona virus is being feared before the start of Ganesh Chaturthi in Maharashtra. The Mayor of Mumbai has also recently said that the third wave of Corona has arrived.

‘Celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi at home’

Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar appealed to people to celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi at home. She said, “As Mumbai mayor, I am going to follow ‘Mera Ghar, Mera Bappa’. I will not go anywhere nor will I bring anyone to my God. This is very important to stop the third wave of Corona.

Center had also advised to ban

Earlier in the last week of August, the Center had advised the Maharashtra government to impose restrictions in view of the festivals. In a letter to the Chief Secretary of Maharashtra, Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan had said, “It is suggested through this order that in view of public events and gathering of people during the upcoming festivals in Maharashtra (including Dahi Handi and Ganpati Festival). is) the state government imposes restrictions locally.

What is the status of Corona in Maharashtra?

So far 64,97,872 cases of corona have been reported in Maharashtra. At present there are 47880 active cases in the state. However, so far 6308491 people have been cured. At the same time, 1.37 lakh people have died. Pune, Mumbai and Thane are the most infected cities in the state. So far 11,26,345 cases have been reported in Pune. 12364 are active cases. 19317 people have died due to the epidemic. At the same time, 7,47,605 cases have been reported in Mumbai. There are 4435 active cases in the city. 7,24,724 people have been cured. 16004 people have died due to corona.

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