Bengaluru: The Karnataka government has announced some more relaxation in the restrictions issued for the prevention of corona infection. Now some other activities like opening of religious places and organizing marriage ceremonies have been allowed in the state. In a major relief to the temple-goers, the state government decided to allow religious places to be opened to the public only for ‘darshan’. Also shopping malls will be allowed to function.
Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa, after holding a meeting with cabinet colleagues and senior officials on Saturday, said that this relaxation will be for 15 days from July 6. Night curfew will continue from 9 pm to 5 am on weekdays. Weekend curfew has been completely lifted.
Know what will be closed and what will be open
According to the government order, theatres, cinemas and pubs will remain closed. Whereas swimming pools will be opened for the purpose of training. Sports complexes and stadiums will be opened for practice purposes and social, political, entertainment, educational, cultural, religious functions and large gatherings are prohibited. Marriage and family functions are allowed. But not more than 100 people will be present in it. The place of worship will be allowed to be opened only for darshan and not for service.