Uttarakhand is urging devotees to comply with the ban on this year’s Kanwar Yatra.(HT File Photo)
Uttarakhand is urging devotees to comply with the ban on this year’s Kanwar Yatra.(HT File Photo)

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Kanwar Yatra involves an arduous trek undertaken by the devotees of Lord Shiva in the month of Shravan to take the water of river Ganga and offer it to the God. It is scheduled to begin on July 25. While Uttarakhand has suspended the yatra due to Covid-19, neighbouring Uttar Pradesh is allowing it.
By hindustantimes.com | Written by Amit Chaturvedi, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
PUBLISHED ON JUL 15, 2021 08:41 AM IST

The Haridwar Police has asked people to not arrive in the Uttarakhand district for Kanwar Yatra, news agency ANI reported on Thursday. The state government has already suspended the religious pilgrimage, slated to begin from July 25, due to the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) pandemic.

In a notice, the police has said that all cricket history website,entry and exit points of Haridwar districts have been sealed and there is no permission to participate in the Kanwar Yatra.

ipl-match-today-which-stadium,It also said that people coming to Haridwar from other states have to mandatorily undergo 14-day institutional quarantine. "Vehicle of anyone attempting to enter the district will be seized and action taken under Disaster Management Act," the police notice further said.

Uttarakhand government took the decision to suspend the Kanwar Yatra on Tuesday. It sees lakhs of devotees undertake an arduous religious trek to Haridwar in month of Shravan to take back the water of river Ganga and offer it to Lord Shiva.,college-softball-betting

"We discussed with higher officials and with officials from neighbouring states and decided that we will not hold Kanwar Yatra at this time. A variant has been found in Gadarpur so we don't want to make Haridwar the centre of Covid," chief minister Pushkar Singh Dhami said.,approve-me-progressive-leasing-cricket

ipl-match-point-table,Uttarakhand minister Subodh Uniyal said on Wednesday that faith in religion doesn't mean we can play with lives. "The IMA (INdian Medical Association) has warned of a third wave. Even the prime minister had expressed concern over it. The decision to cancel Kanwar Yatra has been taken in larger public interest," said Uniyal, who is also the state government's official spokesman.

The neighbouring Uttar Pradesh, meanwhile, has said that it will allow the pilgrimage to go on, earning a frown from the Supreme Court which took suo motu cognisance of the issue and issued notice to UP government and the Centre. The top court has sought their responses and posted the matter for hearing on Friday.

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