All Religious Places To Reopen In Maharashtra From October 7: CM Uddhav Thackeray

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Mumbai, 24th September 2021: In a major development, the Maharashtra state government has taken a decision to allow all religious places in the state to reopen from October 7.


“All places of worship will reopen for devotees from the first day of Navaratri, i.e., 7th October 2021, while observing all COVID safety protocols”, Maharashtra Chief Minister Office (CMO) tweeted.


Due to the Coronavirus disease (COVID19) pandemic, all religious places are closed.