Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray soon take a Decision to reopening the places of worship
The reporters acknowledged that restaurants are allowed to work again with their capacity not exceeding 50 per cent or as prescribed by local authorities, but temples haven't been reopened within the state.
Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray is holding discussions with various religious organisations and he will soon take a choice on reopening places of worship within the state, Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut said on Monday.
Raut said this when some reporters acknowledged that restaurants are allowed to work again with their capacity not exceeding 50 per cent or as prescribed by local authorities, but temples haven't been reopened within the state.
"The chief minister has maintained from the start that things are going to be unlocked during a phased manner.you can impose 50 per cent restrictions on restaurants while reopening them, but it's impossible within the case of temples," he said.
"The states chief minister is discussing with organisations representing all religions. Soon, the chief minister will take a choice thereon ," Raut said.The Rajya Sabha member also said the choice on the amount of seats to be contested by the Shiv Sena within the upcoming Bihar Assembly elections is predicted to be taken during a day or two.
"Discussion is on about contesting the Bihar polls. Our people in Bihar want us to fight 50 seats. But, we are saying that we should always contest 30 to 40 seats. a choice thereon are going to be taken today or tomorrow," he said.
Check Here : Top 10 Best Car Accessories
Check Here : Top 10 Earphones in The world