Twitter Feud Erupts Between Narottam Mishra, Digvijaya Singh Over COVID-19 Norms In Kumbh


Bhopal: With Digvijaya Singh criticising the Centre for permitting “lakhs of people” to collect in Uttarakhand for Kumbh amid rising COVID-19 circumstances, Madhya Pradesh Residence Minister Narottam Mishra stated that the Congress chief “believes in speaking against the faith of people”.

“While there is a ban on cricket fans to go to the stadium to enjoy a match, lakhs of devotees are being allowed to congregate in Uttarakhand’s Kumbh. Thanks!” Singh tweeted in Hindi.

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In response to this, Mishra stated, “Raja Saheb, it seems that speaking against the faith of Hinduism has become your pastime. On such topics, you do not even bother to think anything before commenting. Just think, a cricket match can be seen on TV, but ‘Kumbh Snan’ can only be done by taking a dip in Ganga ji.”

Uttrakhand Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat, on Monday, stated {that a} COVID-19 report wouldn’t be essential to take part within the upcoming ‘shahi snans’ (holy tub) throughout the ongoing Kumbh Mela.

“Around 32-33 lakh devotees people participated in first ‘shahi snan’ and they left for their home peacefully. However, the upcoming three ‘snans’ will be challenging. We have increased bus services four times to help people reach Kumbh Mela easily from the border,” Rawat stated on Monday.

The Uttarakhand authorities has determined to restrict the Kumbh this yr to 30 days because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The nation reported 24, 492 contemporary COVID-19 circumstances and 131 associated deaths in final 24 hours, the union well being ministry knowledgeable on Tuesday morning.



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