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In Mumbai section 144 is imposed for Ganesh Chaturthi

In Mumbai police impose section 144 of the CRPC. Section 144 impose for Ganesh Chaturthi from September 10 to 19. Furthermore, officials also said that devotees are not allowed to visit the pandals.

In an attempt to keep the covid-19 situation under control section 144 impose in Mumbai for Ganesh Chaturthi. Moreover, the orders were issued on Thursday that also mentions. That the devotees are also not allowed to visit the pandals.

Ganesh Chaturthi 2021 in Mumbai

Usually, during Ganesh Chaturthi festive days The main attraction is the Ganapati Yatra in Mumbai. But as a result of covid-19, this time in the Ganapati Yatra is ban. So that no large gathering should take place in  Mumbai and covid cases remain under control.

Assembly of five or more people is ban due to Section 144 during the festival. Furthermore according to the orders police. The devotees can use electronic mediums or can have an online darshan of Ganesh idols installed in pandals.

The orders were out on Thursday by S. Chaitanya deputy commissioner of police referred to the guidelines of the home department and also BMC. Also, action will be against those not obeying the orders, under IPC section 188. Including other relevant laws. Said Mumbai Police.

The order also mentions that not more than 4 feet tall Ganesha Idol should be install anywhere in Mumbai. And not more than two feet tall Idol should not be there inside the homes. The state government of Andhra Pradesh and the Government of Delhi also impose restrictions on the public celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi.

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