Devotees in Kashi Vishwanat are neither wearing mask, nor taking care of social distancing

On the second Monday of Sawan, a large number of people reached the Kashi Vishwanath temple in Varanasi to offer prayers. During this, devotees also took a dip in the Ganga river

Devotees in Kashi Vishwanat are neither wearing mask, nor taking care of social distancing

Sawan is being celebrated amidst the second wave of (Coronavirus). Today is the second Monday of Sawan month. Devotees are reaching Shiva temples across the country for darshan. During this, pictures of violations of Corona rules are also coming out in many places. There is a huge crowd of devotees in the world-famous Kashi Vishwanath temple located in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. There is a line for darshan and worship, but many people are neither wearing masks nor following any social distancing.

According to news agency ANI, on the second Monday of Sawan, a large number of people reached the Kashi Vishwanath temple in Varanasi to offer prayers. During this, devotees also took a dip in the Ganges river. It can be seen in the pictures that there was a huge crowd at the ghats, but many people violated many corona-related norms including wearing masks and social distancing.

Amidst the fear of the third wave of Corona, from experts to Prime Minister Narendra Modi have expressed concern about the crowd gathering since the relaxation of the lockdown. Regarding the increasing crowd in hill stations and markets, the Prime Minister had recently said that not wearing a mask in the market and not following the protocol in hilly areas is a matter of concern. This is not right. The virus does not come on its own. If someone goes and brings it, he comes.