Allow devotees to visit all places of worship in Tamil Nadu
At the same time, Tamil Nadu government does not want to open all places of worship. What is the logic in this ?
The devotees can be asked to observe the social distancing and they will obey.
The Tamil Naud government has allowed small temples to open and not the larger ones. There is no logic in this to make a differenciation between the small temple and large temple.
In today's stressful conditions, people need mental peace and a sense of hope , which the visit to the places of worship can certainly provide them.
Nandini Voice for the deprived
Tamilnadu already had 2 Clusters of Pandemic flare . The first was the one in March , unforunately it was a gathering of Religious group . Then came the Koyambedu Cluster. These 2 gave a handful for T.N. theses 4 months . In the All India Table from nowhere in the picture we rose up to 2nd most infected state . Probably the Government doesnt want another gathering from Religious group . The outcome was seen in July where TN Gradually rose to 7 thousand. Then it came down to 5 thousand today. But the saaving Grace is Chennai city cases whch was hovering over 2,000 cases per day had come down today to 1,000 cases . Thanks to the TASMAC shops being shut in city which was the one of the main cause to control and half the incidents .
At this stage where the graph is showing a healthy downward trend in T.N. it woouldnt be advisable to open Cinema theatres , Amusement parks etc where large crowds gather and linger on for a long time .
Like wise places of worship also should wait for some time before opening up. May it be any religious place. As the places of worship are mostly visited by Elderly , Women along with children , who are the most Vulnerable group.
SOME ARRANGEMENTS CAN BE MADE FOR ONLINE PRAYER ACTIVITIES AND THE DEVOTEES CAN ALSO MAKE ONLINE OFFERINGS AS SUGGESTED BY A FEW FRIENDS TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM.
Elders & Children , most Vulnarable more
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