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Navratri celebrations Considering giving maximum possible relaxations for Navratri, says Gujarat Dy CM

Navratri celebrations Considering giving maximum possible relaxations for Navratri, says Gujarat Dy CM

Navratri celebrations Considering giving maximum possible relaxations for Navratri, says Gujarat Dy CM
With Navratri an important festival for Gujarat, Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel said that the Gujarat government is making arrangements to permit garba and festivities within the limits of the guidelines framed by the Supreme Court, the Gujarat High Court and the Central government.
The Gujarat government is considering to give maximum possible relaxation for the annual festival of Navratri, within the limits of the Covid-19 guidelines issued by the Supreme Court, the Gujarat High Court and the Centre, said Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel on Thursday.
Patel said that an announcement in this regard would be made by the state government as early as possible.
Navratri starts on October 17. Patel was interacting with mediapersons in Rupal village of Gandhinagar district after attending an event which was virtually addressed by Union Home Minister Amit Shah.

Replying to a query related to Navratri, Patel said, “Navratri is a very important festival for Gujarat. Billions of youths, brothers-sisters and sons-daughters eagerly await (the festival) to perform garba. Garba has become the global identity of Gujarat and the Gujarat government organizes the festival every year at University Ground in Ahmedabad, in which lakhs of people participate.”

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