CM Yogi Adityanath directs the office to ensure strict compliance from the Protocol Covid-19 at the Kanwar Yatra

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UP CM Yogi Adityanath said, “Total adherence to the Covid protocol must be ascertained. There should be no doubt about the safe and successful operation of Kanwar Yatras.”

The Government of the Uttar Pradesh decides to allow Kanwar Yatra’s worshipers from July 25, with Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath, Friday (July 9), directed officials to ensure strict compliance with the Covid-19 protocol and Yatris safety, PTI reported.

In a meeting with all the commissioners of the State Division and the senior police zone officer, Adityananath reviewed the preparation and security arrangements for the Holy Yatra-2021 Kanwar, the release said. He directed officials to build communication with Kanwar Sangh’s and ensure that they took no unnecessary crowding and particular caution.

“Total compliance in the Covid protocol must be ascertained. There should be no doubt about the safe and successful operation of Kanwar Yatras,” CM said. Furthermore, he stated that he must resolve preparation satisfactorily in time regarding Kanwar Yatras.

The BJP leader also stressed that alertness and caution were needed. Because the Bakrid festival was also scheduled before the beginning of the Moon of Shravan.

He said special attention needed to be paid to the cleanliness of rural and urban areas and in all Shiv temples, Shivalayas, travel routes and proper lighting. He also asked officials to make sure there were no electrical cables that could be found hanging on these routes and traffic settings must be made in a better way, the release quoted it.

CM CM instructs officials to have “complete preparation about sensitive places and ask them to take action by building coordination and dialogue with religious and voluntary organizations,” he added.

During the Hindu calendar month ‘Saavan’ every year, Shiva worshipers, also known as Kanwariyas, pick up the holy waters of Ganges to be offered at the Shiva Temple. The pilgrims visited Haridwar, Gaumukh, and Gangotri in Uttarakhand and Sultanganj in Bihar to pick up Ganga waters. This water is then offered to Lord Shiva at the temples.

Adityanath said the months of Shravan began on July 25, and remembering this, must confirm all preparations well at times of Yatras Kanwar. They were taken out by worshipers in various districts and through various routes of the country. “Total adherence to the Covid protocol must be ascertained. There should be no doubt about the safe and successful operation of Kanwar Yatras,” the release quoted it.

He said the Bakrid festival was also scheduled before the beginning of the Moon of Shravan. And alertness and prudence were needed in this regard.

The minister’s chairman stressed the need to pay special attention to the cleanliness of rural and urban areas and in all Shiv temples, Shivalayas, travel routes and proper lighting.

The primary minister instructed officials to have complete preparation regarding sensitive places and asked them to take action by establishing coordination and dialogue with religious and voluntary organizations, the decline.

He interacted with all the commissioners of the state division and senior police zone officers through video conferencing and provided the direction needed to them.

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