- The Goa government has refused permission to hold the Sunburn celebration planned to be held one month from now.
- The electronic dance live concert was likely scheduled for December 27-29 at Vagator.
The electronic dance live concert was likely planned for December 27-29 at Vagator, a seaside town in North Goa.
The organizers, who promoted a virtual live concert ‘Sunburn for Goa’ last year to raise assets for Covid-19, as of late began tolerating appointments during the current year’s celebration, fully expecting government endorsement.
Sawant didn’t expand on why he chose to dismiss authorization for the celebration.
“We have not permitted Sunburn this year… This time, we have not allowed Sunburn. My office has as of now handled the record,” Pramod Sawant told journalists after a bureau meeting.
Goa, the tourism minister Manohar Ajgaonkar, said he supported holding the celebration; however, he will regard the chief minister’s decision.
“I felt that it ought to be held. I needed it to occur. What individuals need ought to occur,” Ajgaonkar said; however, he underlined that it was the chief minister’s call to make, not his.
“The chief minister has taken a choice in the wake of concentrating on the matter. I can’t make any choice without final permission from the chief minister.
CM has not educated me about dismissing the record yet,” he said, adding that the leading pastor’s office was better educated with regards to the ground circumstance to the extent that the Covid-19 pandemic was thought of.
“The document had come to us, and we had sent it to (chief minister’s office) for a choice. The CM takes an official conclusion,” Ajgaonkar said
The Sunburn celebration that draws a large number of music lovers was not held to keep going year under the pandemic after beginning endeavors by the coordinators to have the celebration.
The celebration was first coordinated in Goa in 2007. As indicated by its site, north of 2 million individuals from 51 nations have traveled to Goa over the years to go to the celebration.