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No curbs on immersion of Ganpati idols at Mumbai seashores, says BMC; sets up 167 synthetic ponds in city for competition

Mumbai: The Brihanmumbai Municipal Company on Wednesday clarified that there hang been no restrictions on immersion of idols at town’s seashores at some stage within the upcoming Ganesh Chaturthi competition.

The civic body issued an announcement to this assemble after some messages started doing rounds on social media that immersion of idols is potentially no longer allowed at seashores in mild of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The BMC also urged voters to immerse their idols in 167 synthetic ponds, that could also unbiased be plot up at various locations within town for the 10-day competition.

“Devotees residing one or two km a ways from the seashores can immerse their idols within the sea. On the opposite hand, others who dwell a ways away can hang to mute ideally immerse their idols at dwelling or in synthetic ponds,” the civic body appealed within the liberate.

The BMC has already issued guidelines that no public immersions will likely be allowed at COVID-19 containment zones within town.

Pondering the viral outbreak, the civic body has already appealed to voters to celebrate the competition in a straight forward system, terminate a ways from crowds, and defend ample precautions.

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