Punjab

The government's decisions forced to Palace owner to come on the streets.

Kuldeep Sood | January 16, 2022 07:53 PM

Barnala: All the marriage palace owners in Punjab, who have been suffering from recession for the last two years, are getting frustrated with this horrible form of Covid-19. District Marriage Palace Association chairmen Surinder Mittal and Rupinder Singh Gill have appealed to the government that the institution has been suffering from recession for the last two years. There are about eleven such organizations, such as tent houses, caterers, DJs, waiters, florists, and cooks, all of which may be on the brink of starvation. 

The senior vice president of the association Pyare Lal Raisaria, vice president  Satish Garg and general secretary Bhushan Singla in a joint statement urged the government to implement all the restrictions imposed during the Covid-19 this time as per the advice of experts. Both the vaccine vaccines have already been given to a large number of people in Punjab, so restrictions should be imposed only after expert advice. He said that this epidemic is not as deadly as it is being propagated. 

At present, the number of people admitted to hospitals is also declining, which will make it easier for governments to deal with it. Sood, president of the Palace Association, said the palaces should not be affected by the lockdown. They should be instructed to follow the instructions of Covid-19. The palace owners warned the government that the polls in Punjab would be held this time and it would not be possible to stop the crowds. If the government tries to make or enforce any strictures or any such law with the palace owners then the eleven institutions belonging to the palace owners will be forced to take to the streets. 

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