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Ram Navmi, Mahavir Jayanti & Chetichand celebrations: Ajmer collector restricts rallies amid COVID-19 outbreak

Ajmer District Collector Vishwa Mohan Sharma on Tuesday issued an order that the permission for rallies for the upcoming Ram Navmi festival won't be granted

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Ram Navmi, Mahavir Jayanti & Chetichand celebrations: Ajmer collector restricts rallies amid COVID-19 outbreak

Due to the coronavirus outbreak, there has been a complete lockdown in worldwide and because of that personal life, professional activities have come to a halt. Even the religious activities and places are now being suspended in order to act as a precautionary for the people.

Ajmer District Collector Vishwa Mohan Sharma on Tuesday issued an order that the permission for rallies for the upcoming Ram Navmi festival won’t be granted to anybody amid the coronavirus outbreak in India. The following decision was taken by the administration after the state government barred gathering of 50 people at any place till March 31.

According to a local media report, Sharma made the announcement after the meeting all the community leaders at his collectorate office in Ajmer to take stock of the preparedness to deal with COVID-19.

In the meeting, the DC clearly said that permission will not be granted rallies for Mahavir Jayanti, Chetichand and Ram Navami

Meanwhile, the community leaders have welcomed the move of the district collector and will discuss in details with community people. Earlier the state government has suspended the visits to all the tourist’s locations in the state till March 31 amid the coronavirus spread.

For the uninitiated, the total number of coronavirus cases in India rose to 147 as on Wednesday at 9 am. The numbers shared by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare comprises of 122 Indian nationals and 25 foreign nationals. Maharashtra continues to be the worst affected state in India with a total of 42 cases.

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