- Prime Minister Narendra Modi and a few different pioneers stretched out their good tidings to individuals on Ganesh Chaturthi.
- Union home minister Amit Shah shared an image of Lord Ganesha and wished individuals as the 10-day celebration started.
On Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and a few different pioneers stretched out their good tidings to individuals on Ganesh Chaturthi, wishing them harmony and flourishing on the celebration, which is being praised by the nation over during the Covid pandemic.
PM Modi said that he trusts the celebration will carry the best of luck and success to the existence of individuals. “Wishing you every one of them an extremely Happy Ganesh Chaturthi.
May this favourable event bring joy, harmony, favourable luck and wellbeing to everybody’s life. Ganpati Bappa Morya!” PM Modi’s tweet was approximately deciphered from Hindi read.
President also extended his greeting:
President Ram Nath Kovind additionally broadened his wishes on Ganesh Chaturthi. “Warm wishes to all residents on the favourable event of Ganesh Chaturthi.
I wish that Lord Ganesha helps us be fruitful in the battle against Covid-19 and favours everybody with joy and harmony.
Allow us all to follow proper Covid-19 conduct while commending the celebration,” the President’s tweet approximately interpreted from Hindi read.
M Venkaiah Naidu also extended his greetings:
VP M Venkaiah Naidu additionally broadened his good tidings on Ganesh Chaturthi and said that Lord Ganesha is viewed as an ‘epitome of shrewdness’ in the country.
“Shri Ganesh Ji is worshipped as an epitome of intelligence, thriving and favourable luck in our country. May the Lord Vinayaka eliminate all impediments in our undertakings,” VP Naidu said in his tweet.
Amit Shah prior shared a photo of Ganesha:
Union home minister Amit Shah shared an image of Lord Ganesha and wished individuals as the 10-day celebration started. Congress pioneer Rahul Gandhi likewise wished individuals on Ganesh Chaturthi on Twitter.
The second time Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated in Covid-19 pandemic:
This is the second year straight that the Ganesh Chaturthi celebration is being praised under the shadow of the Covid pandemic.
Karnataka and Maharashtra, where the celebration is commended with enthusiasm, have declared a huge number of limitations to control the spread of the infection.
In Mumbai, police have restricted parades and denied fans from visiting Ganesh pandals. In addition, orders under area 144 of the CrPC were forced on Thursday evening in Mumbai, precluding gathering at least five individuals during the merriments from September 10 to September 19.