President Kovind, PM Modi extend Greetings on Jagannath Rath Yatra

The Supreme court ordered that no public gathering will be allowed in Mandir premises. A complete curfew will be implemented for more than 41 hours in Puri.

President Kovind, PM Modi extend Greetings on Jagannath Rath Yatra

New Delhi: The yearly Jagannath Rath Yatra begins today, The Supreme Court of India gave permission for Rath Yatra only in Puri.

The Supreme court ordered that no public gathering will be allowed in Mandir premises. A complete curfew will be implemented for more than 41 hours in Puri. No outsider is allowed to enter in the city, all roads coming from Airport, Railway station and Bus station to city will be blocked.

In all these strict rules, Politicians are sending greetings to the people of nation on the occasion of Jagannath Rath Yatra. From PM Modi to Amit Shah wished countrymen on social media.

President Kovind wished the nation on the auspicious occasion of Jagannath Rath Yatra. He tweeted, “Greetings to everyone on the auspicious occasion of Rath Yatra, especially to the devotees of Lord Jagannath in Odisha. May the Lord bless us with courage and determination in our fight against COVID-19 and bring us good health and joy.”

PM Modi tweeted, ”My heartiest greetings to all of you on the auspicious occasion of Lord Jagannath’s Rath Yatra. I wish that this journey filled with reverence and devotion brought happiness, prosperity, good luck and health to the lives of the countrymen. Jai Jagannath!”

Home Minsiter Amit Shah also wished People of nation on social media. He wrote, “On the auspicious occasion of the 14th Rathyatra of Lord Jagannathji in Ahmedabad, best wishes to all the devotees of Mahaprabhu Jagannathji. May Lord Jagannath keep his grace on all the people and free the country from this epidemic of Corona as soon as possible. Jai Jagannath!”

In the midst of the Corona crisis, the government issued orders for its efficient operation and the administration is busy in preparation. Chief Secretary of Odisha Asit Tripathi said that Puri will be closed for around 41 hours from 9 pm Monday.

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