TamilNadu government lifts restriction on weekend worship in temples

Though the sounds of COVID positive cases are counting, there seems to be a good down curve on the COVID-19 cases graph across the many states. In a recent development, the Tamil Nadu government has lifted the curbs on the weekend worship in temples with immediate effect from today and also given permission to all the businesses, inclusive of restaurants and bakeries to function till 11 Pm.

On the other hand, restrictions on visiting beaches on weekends have also been lifted. This would surely be a big relaxation for the public.

On the education part, tuition centres, job fairs have also been relaxed and allowed to function by adhering to the COVID-19 safety protocols, the TN government noted. By reviewing the current pandemic situation in the state and in the neighbouring states, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, M K Stalin has taken the decision with the senior officials allowing the public to worship on all days of week.

Reacting to the latest decision of CM M K Stalin, BJP state chief K Annamalai said this is what BJP has been looking for and for what they staged the protest on October 7th across the state. Further, BJP state chief K Annamalai sincerely Thanked CM Stalin for his gesture.

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