Govt To Formally Support Religious Places

Srinagar: The Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, PK Pole Wednesday said that government will formally support all those religious places where Urs’ or annual events are held in Jammu and Kashmir.

Talking to reporters on the sidelines of a function in Rajbagh, Pole said that government has framed a concrete policy to support the religious places, where Urs’ or annual events are held.

He said that Kashmir is not only known for its language but for its culture and civilisation, which is known as Kashmiriyat, where Hindus, Muslims and people belonging to other religions live together.

“So to promote this culture and religious brotherhood, government is formally going to support all the religious places and for which a concrete policy has been framed,” Pole said.

On being asked about re-imposition of night curfew in view of possible third wave, Pole said that Coronavirus is an invisible thing and it may be under control this time.

“But as per the health and technical experts third wave can be stopped it by following Covid Appropriate Behaviour,” he said.

 

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