Friday, June 18, 2021

Museums in Punjab closed till April 10

Keeping in view the sudden surge in the COVID-19 cases across the state, the Punjab Government has decided to close the Museums for the public uptill April 10, 2021.

Disclosing this in a press communique released here today the official Spokesperson of the Punjab Government said that in pursuant of the directions of the Punjab Government the Virasat-e-Khalsa situated at sri Anandpur Sahib would also be closed with immidiate effect and public entry would be strictly prohibited into the premises of this world renowned museum of sikh heritage and culture. He said that the motive behind closing the museum is to restrict  the public to gather in close vicinity.

MUST READ  SC to hear pleas on farm laws, ongoing farmers' protest on Monday

The general public is also advised to comply with the health advisiories issued by the Punjab Government to check the further rise of this deadly virus.

The pilgrims coming to sri Anandpur Sahib to take part in in the Holla Mohalla celebrations should not gather at one place in large number. They should also put on masks all the time, maintain social distance and sanitize their hands at regular intervels.

Latest news

CBSE goes with 30:30:40 formula for Class XII students

Ending uncertainty over the method of calculating marks or grades of Class XII students following cancellation of their examinations due to Covid, the Supreme...
MUST READ  100 per cent motor vehicle tax exemption to state stage carriage & educational institutions' buses in Punjab till Dec 31

US Supreme Court rejects challenge to Obamacare for the third time

The US Supreme Court has rejected a Trump-backed challenge by Republican-led states to former President Barack Obama's healthcare overhaul. Despite the court's conservative tilt, its...

Masks mandatory on Sydney public transport for next 5 days

Masks will be mandatory on public transport in Sydney for the next five days after a new local COVID 19 case was linked to...

Heavy ban on Tevita Pangai Jnr for crusher tackle

Brisbane's Tevita Pangai Jnr is facing a minimum three-week ban for a crusher tackle last night. The NRL's match review committee handed a grade one...

Related news

CBSE goes with 30:30:40 formula for Class XII students

Ending uncertainty over the method of calculating marks or grades of Class XII students following cancellation of their examinations due to Covid, the Supreme...

US Supreme Court rejects challenge to Obamacare for the third time

The US Supreme Court has rejected a Trump-backed challenge by Republican-led states to former President Barack Obama's healthcare overhaul. Despite the court's conservative tilt, its...

Heavy ban on Tevita Pangai Jnr for crusher tackle

Brisbane's Tevita Pangai Jnr is facing a minimum three-week ban for a crusher tackle last night. The NRL's match review committee handed a grade one...

China launches first 3-member crew to new space station

China has launched three astronauts into orbit to begin occupation of the country's new space station. The three men - Nie Haisheng, Liu Boming and...

Power supply shortage expected in Melbourne’s east due to storm damage

Victorians hit by damaging storms are facing a fresh blow, with 3000 residents of the Dandenong Ranges told they could be without power for...

Two Sydney homes damaged by Molotov cocktails

Two Sydney homes have been damaged by fire after being attacked with Molotov cocktails overnight. Emergency services were called to the first home on Aspinall...

Three coronavirus cases diagnosed in Sydney

A 70-year-old woman who attended the same café as a coronavirus-infected Sydney man has also tested positive. The woman attended the Belle Café in Vaucluse,...