All set for Ganesh Idols immersion: Srinivas Yadav

Hyderabad, Sept.18 (Maxim News): Minister T Srinivas Yadav today stated that the government made all arrangements for the smooth conduct of idol immersion on Sept 19 as part of nine day Ganesh festival by following corona protocols.

This time Supreme Court giving green signal to the Plaster of Paris Ganesh idol immersion in Tank Bund, he said. As a result, the government took steps to provide complete protection with more police personnel. Thousands of police personnel are posted for the smooth conduct of the event to be ending on Sept 19 after a nine-day of festivities.

Srinivas Yadav said that the people should cooperate for peaceful and smooth conduct of the festivities. As many as 55 cranes and lighting arrangements were made en route, the minister said.

The idols will come as per plan by the officials to be immersed in Tank Bund, he said. This time we took steps and asked the officials to ensure idol immersion from Tank bund side, PV Marg, and nearby areas in the lake, he said.

He appealed to the people to celebrate Ganesh festival in a peaceful manner following corona norms. The government has been conducting all festivals with equal priority, he said.
The government makes all arrangements for peaceful conduct of the Ganesh festival, as the pollution control board will provide earthen made Ganesha idols to the people, the minister said. The people have to cooperate for barricading, parking, as the officials took steps for lighting effect and smooth flow of the traffic of devotees and people are a key during the event, Srinivas Yadav said.

The officials were instructed to take necessary action and measures to provide all facilities and protection to the devotees and the people. Since a large number of the devotees are expected to throng tank bund we took all measures for safety. About 27000 police personnel would be on duty during the Ganesh festivities, he added. (Maxim News)

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