Mamta Banerjee granted permission to open temple-mosque in West Bengal, all institutions will open from June 1

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All temples-mosque will be opened from 1 June

The fourth phase of lockdown continues in the country due to the increased infection of the coronavirus, which ends on May 31. There are many restrictions during the lockdown. Meanwhile, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has given permission to open all religious places in the state from June 1. However, people have to follow social distancing during this period.

 

All temples-mosque will be opened from 1 June

Mamta Banerjee has said that religious places can be opened in West Bengal from June 1, but big religious events will not be allowed. He has said that all religious places such as temples, mosques, gurudwaras will be opened from June 1, but no more than 10 people will be allowed here.

In addition, he has completely exempted all government and non-government institutions in West Bengal from June 8. There will be no restrictions on them.

Mamta said – ‘Corona Express’ running the railway in the name of Shramik Special Train
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has blamed Shramik Special Trains for speeding up Corona infection cases in the state. Mamta Banerjee said on Friday that West Bengal had been successful in preventing the spread of Covid-19 in the last two months, but now cases are increasing because people are returning from outside. He called Shramir Special trains as Corona Express.

The Chief Minister of West Bengal said that the railway is sending thousands of migrant workers in a single train, why are not more trains being provided? He said that the Railways is running the Corona Express in the name of Shramik Special Trains.

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