Corona in Kumbh: Niranjani Akhara announced the end of Kumbh 15 days ago.

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Amidst the Kumbh Mela, the concern of saints and saints has increased after the death of Mahamandaleshwar Kapil Dev of the Nirvani arena from Corona infection on Thursday. In view of the increasing cases of Corona, the second major Niranjani Akhara of the Akhara Parishad has announced 15 days ago that the Kumbh Mela is over for them.

Ravindra Puri, secretary of Niranjani Akhara, said on Thursday that the main royal bath of Kumbh has been completed and the saints and saints of his akhada have symptoms of coronavirus.

Please tell that 30 sadhus corona have been infected in Haridwar so far. This is the official figure, but the number of infected monks may be much higher. Health officials say that RT-PCR tests of sadhus are being done in different akharas. Testing will be extended from April 17.

In view of the situation of Corona, after the Niranjani Arena, the rest of the Sanyasi Arena can also announce the end of Kumbh. The time of Kumbh Mela in Haridwar is till 30 April. But in the last 5 days, 2,167 cases of corona have been reported here. Despite this, officials say that the Kumbh Mela will last till April 30. But now the Akhara itself has started announcing the end of Kumbh.

According to media reports, reports of about 70 prominent saints have come positive in the last 10 days. The area where 10,000 saints and their supporters are staying in the Kankhal area of ​​Haridwar will be sanitized on Friday.

Due to Corona, this year Kumbh Mela was started from April 1 instead of January. According to the central government guidelines, its time can be reduced in view of the situation. But Haridwar DM and Kumbh Mela Officer Deepak Rawat said on Wednesday that there is no information to reduce the time of the fair.

Questions were being raised about the gathering of millions

Questions are also being raised on the continuation of the Kumbh Mela in the country amid the fast-growing cases of Corona. On Thursday, 2 lakh new cases of the corona were reported in the country. This is the largest single-day figure since the epidemic began. On the other hand, there is a crowd of millions in Kumbh. 14 lakh people attended Wednesday’s royal bath.

Mahamandaleshwar died due to an infection

Mahamandaleshwar Kapil Dev of Nirvani Akhara died of Corona infection on Wednesday. He went to Haridwar from Chitrakoot in Madhya Pradesh to join Kumbh. Since being positive, he was undergoing treatment at Kailash Hospital in Dehradun. According to hospital management, he died on Wednesday. Kapil Dev is the first major saint to die from infection during Kumbh.

The government was preparing for strictness

The government was preparing to take strict measures as the cases of infection in Kumbh increased. According to the government, due to the crowd, there are constant problems in following the guidelines issued for Kovid-19 in Kumbh. In such a situation, the talk of limiting the number of saints and saints in the yatras and akharas and scheduling time for them was being said.


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