Chhath Puja 2023:- This year, the Delhi government intends to develop over 1,000 Chhath Ghats throughout the city, introduced Earnings Minister Atishi throughout a conference with area magistrates on Wednesday.
During the meeting, Atishi directed the authorities to begin preparations for the ‘Chhath Puja’ celebration to prevent any trouble for the fans and mismanagement at the last moment.
The Chhath Puja event is linked to the idea of thousands of thousands of individuals, and the Kejriwal administration is committed to guaranteeing that enthusiasts can worship without any difficulties. The preacher mentioned, as reported by ANI, that all relevant authorities have been advised to see to it this.
The district magistrates were instructed to identify locations in their corresponding areas that would certainly be most hassle-free for supporters to commemorate Chhath, and then take the campaign to build ghats in those areas.
Moreover, Atishi suggested that authorities launch gatherings with nearby Chhath Puja companies, accumulate their input, and make ideal setups for the effective execution of the ceremony.
She additionally claimed that these 1,000 Chhath Ghats will provide essential centers such as clean water, camping tents, electrical energy, bathrooms, protection, medical services, power backup, and CCTV cameras for the fans, ANI reported.
The Maithili-Bhojpuri Academy has intended social occasions that will certainly happen at various Ghats. The Revenue Preacher has likewise encouraged authorities to prioritize sanitation at the Chhath Ghats.
On the other hand, a five-member delegation of the Delhi Congress satisfied Lieutenant Guv V K Saxena on Monday and submitted a memorandum requesting him to state the ‘Chhath Puja’ festival as a ‘completely dry day’, as per PTI reports.
The party has additionally charged the AAP federal government with hurting the spiritual views of the people from Purvanchal residing in the national capital by omitting Chhath from the list of completely dry days.
Purvanchalis are individuals who speak the Bhojpuri language and have migrated from eastern Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, and Jharkhand to reside in the city of Delhi. Approximately one-third of the total 1.46 crore enact the nationwide capital are thought to be from this neighborhood.