Uttarakhand City Improvement Minister Madan Kaushik on Sunday stated that the 2021 Kumbh mela, which is to be organised in Haridwar, can be a 48-day-long occasion. He additional stated that the Uttarakhand authorities will concern the notification for the Kumbh Mela in February as a substitute of January 1.
“As a result of COVID-19 pandemic, preparations have been made for important baths to be held in March-April. Devotees can take royal bathtub throughout these 48 days, “the minister stated whereas chatting with information company ANI.
He added, “Devotees coming to Kumbh Mela can even be allowed until the bathtub. Whereas the Kumbh Mela had been for 3 and a half months since years, this time the period of Kumbh can be one and a half months as a result of modified circumstances.”
Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat has sanctioned funds for numerous tasks forward of Kumbh Mela 2021, a day after Akhil Bharatiya Akhara Parishad expressed displeasure, alleging the administration was “but to start out preparations”.
The chief minister has authorized Rs 17.34 crore for a surveillance system, for which Rs 6.94 crore can be launched as the primary instalment.
Together with this, the CM has allotted Rs 15.46 crore for buying materials for organising a short lived 1,000 mattress COVID care centre and Rs 6.18 crore can be launched as the primary instalment.