Karnataka CM Yediyurappa Declares Temples, Mosques, And Churches Will Re-open After May 31
Karnataka Chief Minister Yediyurappa assured the people that his government will re-open temples, mosques, and churches in the state next month.
The long lockdown due to the Coronavirus pandemic has stagnated the entire world. However, seeing the situation improving in the state, Karnataka Chief Minister Yediyurappa said that his government will re-open temples, mosques, and churches in the state after May 31. As per an ANI report, the CM told the media that all the safety guidelines, including social distancing, wearing masks, and other hygiene practices will be strictly followed at the worship places.
The CM also said that his government has no objections to opening malls and cinema halls, but they are waiting for the guidelines from the Central Government. They will follow what the Prime Minister says about the re-opening of malls and theatres. While summarising the conversation, Yediyurappa declared that he will not be allowing any person from the states of Gujarat, Maharashtra, Kerala, and Tamil Nadu into the state till May 31.
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