The government may soon issue SOPs for the Mahakumbh Mela. (File)
According to the SOP of the Center, children under the age of ten and those above 65 years of age will not be able to go to Kumbh. If sources are to be believed, the state government can also reduce the time of the fair.
For this, the Center has asked to implement some strict provisions. For example, no devotee will be able to come to the Mahakumbh without registration and RTPCR negative report without Kovid. The state government will now issue its SOP on this advisory of the Center. In view of this, churning has started at the governance level. Secretary Urban Development Shailes Bagoli says that in this regard, two rounds of meetings have been held at the level of Chief Secretary and CM. Fair officer Haridwar has been asked to determine the capacity along with the social distancing of the Ghats of Kumbh. After this, the state government will decide how many devotees should be allowed to enter Haridwar in one day in Haridwar Mahakumbh.
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Chief Secretary Omprakash says that the number of devotees visiting the fair daily can be reduced to a minimum. He said that no relocation can be given in the SOP of the Center. The state government may take more strict measures in the wake of corona infection. Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat himself has said that Haridwar will not be allowed to become Wuhan or Markaz. Chief Secretary Omprakash also sent letters to the Chief Secretary of all the states on Thursday. in this Aquarius Guidelines Was cited. According to the SOP of the Center, children below ten years and people above 65 years of age will not be able to go to Kumbh.Also read: Red Fort Violence: Delhi Police registers case under sedition and UAPA, special cell will investigate
The Chief Secretary said that the Chief Minister himself will interact with the Chief Ministers of neighboring states in February First Week. The Chief Secretary said that in two or three days the state government will issue its SOP. The government is sending a letter to the Ministry of Railways asking them not to run special trains for Kumbh. It has been decided not to run any train from the first day of the main bath to the main bath. Special train will be run only to carry passengers from Kumbh. It is believed that after the cabinet meeting on January 30, the state government can issue SOP on Kumbh. It is also clear that there may be more stringent provisions in the state government’s SOP. If sources are to be believed, the state government can also reduce the time of the fair.