Government Plan to Reopen Pashupatinath
Kathmandu – The government is preparing to open the Pashupatinath temple. Minister for Culture, Tourism, and Civil Aviation Yogesh Bhattarai has directed the Pashupati Area Development Fund to prepare for the reopening of the Pashupatinath temple which was closed after the outbreak of the coronavirus.
Minister Bhattarai has instructed to start preparations to open Pashupatinath temple by making a protocol on health security for a certain period of time as the country is slowly recovering from the terror of Covid-19 and public transport has also started running.
In a meeting, Tourism Minister Yogesh Bhattarai directed to start preparations to reopen Pashupatinath Temple. Regular worship has been stopped at Pashupatinath temple after March 23. Evening Aarti is also closed. The government has started lockdown from March 24 to prevent the spread of corona. Now the lockdown has been eased the government has also decided to open public transport.
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