Said Mahaparva Chhath has a different significance and the history of this Mahaparava has also been a symbol of purity, simplicity, purity and decency.
Hazaribagh Sadar MLA Manish Jaiswal wrote a letter to the Chief Minister of the state, Hemant Soren, on Monday after the Jharkhand government issued guidelines regarding Mahaparva Chhath of public faith and Suryopasana and allowed Chhath Mahaparva to be celebrated in the old form. Sought to reconsider.
In the letter, MLA Shri Jaiswal has written that the Mahaparava Chhath has a different significance for public faith and Suryopasana and the history of this Mahaparava has also been a symbol of purity, simplicity, purity and decency.
There are no discrepancies on this Mahaparva. He further wrote that in the present time, the number of Kovid-19 patients in the state of Jharkhand has also decreased significantly and the effect of corona is also decreasing.
In such a situation, the guidelines issued by the state government regarding Mahaparva Chhath, considering the faith of Chhath Mahavritis and devotees, to reconsider the permission to celebrate Mahaparva in the free water reservoirs according to the old form Please do.
MLA Shri Jaiswal has told CM through letter that Chhath Mahaparva Vrati and devotees of all Jharkhand state will always be grateful for this charitable work.