This time in Delhi, fair will not be held on Dussehra. The Delhi government says that during the festivals, no fairs, food stalls, hammocks, rallies, exhibitions etc. will be allowed till 31 October.
This decision has been taken by the Delhi government in view of the growing cases of Corona in the capital as well as in the country. Orders in this regard have been issued by the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) of the Government of Delhi. Earlier, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan on Sunday urged people to stay away from large gathering and strictly follow the guidelines related to Kovid-19 during the coming festive season.
The Union Minister also said that no religion or God asks people to crowd or show off on festivals. The minister requested the public to enjoy the festivities with their loved ones at home instead of going to melas and pandals during the upcoming festivals. He said that fighting Kovid-19 is the first “religion” of every person and being the health minister of the country, dealing with viruses and saving lives at any cost is their “religion”.
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