Today’s National Tidings, tell you that neither malls nor religious places will open in Maharashtra. Today religious places are not being opened in Rajasthan, but hotel restaurants and malls have been opened. Malls will not open in Ghaziabad, UP at present.
- Religious places across the country will not open
- Religious places will not open in Maharashtra-Jharkhand-Rajasthan
- Wherever religious places are open today, there is a long line of devotees.
Religious places, malls, and restaurants are being opened in many parts of the country from today, but each state has issued its own guidelines. Religious places and malls in Maharashtra and Jharkhand will remain closed for the time being. Religious places are not being opened in Jammu and Kashmir also. Malls in Gurugram and Faridabad in Haryana will also remain closed.
Starting today hotels, restaurants, and shopping malls have been allowed to open in many parts of the country. At the same time, after more than 60 days, devotees will once again be able to see in the religious place. All religious places have been allowed to open from today, but this exemption is under strict rules. The government has issued a clear guideline.
In Uttar Pradesh, Religious places will be opened except for the Containment Zone, although the statue or religious texts will not be touched. The Mahakal temple of Ujjain has been opened. In Haridwar, devotees will be able to bathe in Har Ki Paudi. Most religious places have opened in the capital of Delhi.
Temples have been opened in Ahmedabad. At the same time, only local people will be able to see in Somnath Temple. Ambaji Temple of Banaskantha will be opened from June 12, devotees can visit here in the shift, but this exemption is not yet everywhere in the country. It has been decided to give concessions gradually in some places.
Neither malls nor religious places will open in Maharashtra. Offices will be opened with 10 percent of staff, but public transport will remain closed. At the same time, religious places are not being opened in Rajasthan, but hotel restaurants and malls have been opened. Malls will not open in Ghaziabad, UP at present. It has also been decided not to open Kashi Vishwanath Temple.
Similarly, the Mathura district administration has decided to keep all the Temples, including Banke Bihari in Vrindavan, closed till June 30. The famous Mansa Devi temple of Panchkula will also not open today. It has been decided to open the temple from 9 June. Even the Hanuman Temple in Delhi will not be opened for devotees today.
In Jharkhand too, malls and restaurants and religious places will remain closed. Religious places in Bhopal will remain closed, but malls and restaurants are being opened. Religious places in Jammu and Kashmir will not be opened at the moment, but salons, hotels are being opened. The restaurant will be able to deliver home. At the same time, the journey is not started in the Vaishno Devi Temple.
It will be allowed to open religious places in Goa, but many institutions are in favor of keeping the religious places closed. Mall restaurants and religious places are being opened in Haryana except for Gurugram and Faridabad. The religious places which are being opened will be bound by other rules of precaution including strict social distancing.
Sanitization work has been going on at Select City Walk Mall in South Delhi for the last three days. All the restaurants, shops, and corridors in the mall are sanitized. Most of the shops in the mall have been marked for social distancing. Mall operating officer said that this mall has about 200 shops and 10 restaurants. Preparations have been completed to open the Cross River Mall in East Delhi. At the entrance of this mall, shells have been made for social distancing.
Special arrangements are being made for social distance. Social distance will be outlined by putting stickers on the campus. CCTV will be monitored for this. The deployment of security personnel will also be done to follow the law of social distance. At the same time, the mall administration will allow only those who apply face masks and download the Arogya Setu App on mobile.