The preparations for the Shardiya Navratri and Durga Puja starting on Saturday have been completed in Delhi. Hence the guidelines of Kovid-19 are included. For example, there are only pandals which have been approved by the Deputy Commissioner of Police and the District Commissioner of the area.
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is arriving to worship at the Jhandewala temple on Saturday. Kulbhushan Ahuja of the temple has confirmed this. Many things are getting unique here this time. Eight chariots have been prepared. On which the mother will ride. These chariots will roam in different areas of Delhi and will give people a chance to worship.
Due to Corona, thousands of people are unable to come to the temple, so they will be able to see the mother around them. According to Kulbhushan Ahuja, these chariots will be sent between 17 to 25 October from 6 am to 9 pm every day in different directions and areas so that people can see the mother. The Chief Minister will leave the chariot on the first day.
No crowd of more than 200 people is allowed in Chhatarpur Mata temple. Kalkaji Temple will also open for darshan: There were no instructions to open the famous Kalkaji temple in south Delhi for the general public till Friday afternoon. But under pressure, the administration issued instructions to open it late in the evening, while the Jhandewala Mata Temple and the famous Chhatarpur Mata Temple were issued for public opening several days ago. Mahant Surendra Nath Avadhoot of Kalkaji Temple told that we have just received information.
The challenge for the police to maintain security and social distance: This time not only security in the market but also to maintain social distance amidst the corona epidemic is a big challenge for the police.