After PM Narendra Modi’s appeal, Swami Awadheshanand said- lifesaving is necessary, do not come for a bath in Kumbh

During the Kumbh Mela held in Haridwar, a large number of devotees are continuously coming from all over the country.  (File photo)

During the Kumbh Mela held in Haridwar, a large number of devotees are continuously coming from all over the country. (File photo)

Mahamandaleshwar said in his tweet, ‘We honor the call of Hon’ble Prime Minister (PM Modi). Protecting life is a great virtue.

Haridwar. Today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi appealed to the common people to keep the Kumbh symbolic now, due to the increasing news of Corona infection during the Kumbh (Haridwar Kumbh) fair in Haridwar, Uttarakhand. PM Modi (PM Modi) appealed to the people to cooperate in this crisis period after reports of corona infection in large number of devotees in Haridwar. After PM Modi’s appeal, Mahamandaleshwar Swami Awadheshanand also appealed to the devotees not to come to bathe in Kumbh in large numbers.

During the Kumbh Mela held in Haridwar, a large number of devotees are continuously coming from all over the country. Haridwar is also witnessing an increase in the number of infected patients continuously during this event held in the coronary. In view of this, today only Prime Minister Narendra Modi and then Acharya Mahamandaleshwar Swami Awadheshanand appealed to the people not to come in large numbers in the Kumbh Mela. Mahamandaleshwar Swami Awadheshanand tweeted through social media and appealed to the devotees to protect life more than coming to Kumbh in large numbers. Therefore, all the devotees should follow the Corona Guideline and avoid coming to Kumbh in large numbers.

Demand for postponement was starting to ariseMahamandaleshwar said in his tweet, ‘We respect the call of Hon’ble Prime Minister. Protecting life is a great virtue. My Dharma Parayana urges the public not to go for a bath and discharge the rules in large numbers in view of the circumstances of Kovid. Let me tell you that in Haridwar, during the Kumbh Mela, more than 31 lakh and 14 lakh devotees, respectively, had taken a dip in the Ganges at the two royal bathing programs. Earlier this week, after the arrival of more than 1000 Corona positive cases in Haridwar for two consecutive days, there was a demand to postpone the Kumbh-like event from all over the country.




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