If the circular is received from the central government, ready to open temples: government of Tamil Nadu
At Tamil Nadu BJP’s request to open temples over the weekend, the Tamil Nadu government said on Friday it was ready to reopen the temples on weekends as requested by the BJP state unit , provided the party receives a nod from the central government. The circular is received, allowing large gatherings in one location during the time of this pandemic. “It appears that the statewide BJP protest on Thursday was lost because it agitated against the state government. It should have agitated against the central government. been issued by the central government banned.
BJP state chairman K Annamalai said if the state government did not open the temple over the weekend, the party would intensify its protests against the state government. Annamalai also alleged that the DMK is “trying to push its ideology into people’s private space and into our sacred temples in the name of COVID-19.”
A Home Office notice dated June 29, 2021, which was later extended, read: “In view of upcoming festivals, such as Muharram, August 19), Onam (August 21), Janmashtami (August 30) ), Ganesh Chaturthi (September 10) and Durga Puja (October 5-15, 2021) etc., where large public gatherings are expected, states are advised to actively consider imposing local restrictions on public viewing of these festivals and can stop mass gatherings ”.
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