Kejriwal government gave exemption on Prakash festival

On the occasion of the 550th Prakash Parv of Guru Nanak Dev, the Delhi government has announced a relaxation in the aud-even rules on November 11 and 12, i.e. on Monday and Tuesday. There will be festive atmosphere in Delhi in these two days. On this, the Delhi government decided that on 11 and 12 November, exemption from Aud-Even will be given. The Sikh community of Delhi had demanded exemption in Aud-Even on 11 and 12 November during Guruparva and Nagar Kirtan. There was a demand from Delhi government for this. The Delhi government seriously considered this demand and decided. Actually, 550 years after the birth of Guru Nanak Dev, big events are to be held in Delhi. In view of this, people of the Sikh community living in Delhi-NCR did not have to face trouble, in view of this, the Sikh delegation led by Tilak Nagar MLA Jarnail Singh had made a demand to meet Transport Minister Kailash Gehlot. Considering this demand, the Delhi government has given two days exemption from the aud-even rule.

Today, preparations for grand city kirtan across the city.

Kejriwal government gave exemption on Prakash festival
Kejriwal government gave exemption on Prakash festival

The 550th Prakash Parv of Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji is being celebrated on a large scale all over the world. It is also a historic and important occasion for the people of Sikh community living in Delhi. On November 11, preparations are being made for the grand city kirtan across the city, in which lakhs of devotees are expected to participate. On this occasion, on 11 and 12 November, lakhs of people will also visit different gurdwaras across the city.

No aud even today in Delhi

Aud-Even started on November 4

Explain that the Odd-Even rule, which started from November 4 to reduce pollution in Delhi, will run till November 15. Sundays are exempted from this rule. For violation of the rule, a fine of Rs 4 thousand is imposed on all. The Delhi government claims that pollution has come down in Delhi after the implementation of this rule, because 1.5 million cars are not getting on the streets of Delhi. Five thousand volunteers and 400 teams have been deployed to make this scheme a success. DTC and the cluster have 5,600 buses on the roads. Apart from this, 650 additional buses have also been run.

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