Pakistan on Wednesday said it has issued visas to around 1,100 Sikh Indian pilgrims to facilitate their participation in the Baisakhi celebrstions between April 12 and 22.
“Neither he nor his party has made any contribution to the construction of the Shri Ram temple at Ayodhya,” he said.
The scheme envisages transferring Rs 12,000 to the accounts of selected labourers, employed across around 6.5 lakh commercial establishments, and 20,500 factories and workshops in the state.
Under it, an amount of Rs 12,000 would be transferred to the account of each of the selected number of labourers employed across the state.
Along with the pilgrims, officials on Sabarimala duty will also have to compulsorily undergo RT-PCR test from December 26 onward.
The number of devotees on weekdays was raised from the previous 1,000 to 2,000 recently. On Saturdays and Sundays, 3,000 persons will be allowed as against the previous 2,000.
In matters not connected with Covid-19 protocol and security, the board should have its own views and decisions.
The scheme, after taking shape, is likely to benefit around 1.5 crore workers of over 20,000 factories, workshops, and around 6.5 lakh commercial establishments in the state.
The court issued the order on a report filed by Sabarimala special commissioner on the action needed to prevent the use of plastic.
The advisory comes in the wake of the recent inclement weather along the Nepalganj-Simikot-Hilsa route of the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra through Nepal, and the stranding of pilgrims for over a week.
Naqvi said that sending pilgrims through ships would help cut down travel expenses significantly and added that it would be a "revolutionary, pro-poor, pilgrim-friendly decision".
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