Shubham Jaiswal (email@example.com)
Karnataka’s government will allow the openings of places of religious worship in the state after the end of lockdown 4.0 on 31 May. Temples, mosques, churches, and every other religious institution was shut for last 60 days due to the coronavirus – induced lockdown across the country.
We are going to open temples, mosques, and churches in the state after May 31st, says CM BS Yediyurappa. State minister Kota Srinivas Poojary on Tuesday had announced that temples in the state will be opened for public from June 1.
We have had discussions with the Chief Minister regarding Muzrai department, during which it was decided to open temples from June 1.