Ban On Consumption Of Gutka And Paan In Vindhyachal Corridor In Mirzapur To Be Strictly Enforced Now
Mirzapur, Sep 28 (TNA) Eating and sale of gutkaa and paan has been banned in Vindhyachal Corridor, which is UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s dream project, an official said on Thursday. There is already a ban on tobacco, pan masala etc. in temples and religious places in the state but officials say the situation is different in Vindhyachal Dham.
On Wednesday, when Mirzapur DM came to inspect the under-construction Vindhya Corridor, she got angry after seeing the peak of paan-gutkha at various places. Before the start of Shardiya Navratri, arrangements have also started changing in Siddhapeeth Maa Vindhyavasini Dham. A ban has been imposed on carrying and consuming paan-gutkha in the Vindhya Corridor premises.
If caught with paan-gutkha on the premises, a fine of Rs 1,000 will have to be paid. District Magistrate Priyanka Niranjan reached Vindhyachal on Wednesday. She asked for a complete ban on entering the Vindhya Corridor Parikrama Path complex after consuming paan-gutkha. For violation of the rules, a fine of one thousand rupees will have to be paid. This rule will apply to everyone.
Vindhya Dham Corridor is considered to be the dream project of CM Yogi. 80 percent of its work has been completed. The work of laying stones is likely to be completed before Shardiya Navratri.
The District Magistrate said that on October 2, on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti, a massive cleanliness campaign will be run in the Vindhya region from 6.30 am. City MLA will also be involved in the cleaning campaign. Appealed to other people to join the municipal cleaning team. He also directed to remove the debris kept at various places.
She also asked concerned officials and agencies to cover the drains made along the parikrama path with stones within two days. After this, the District Magistrate reached Shastri Bridge of Ganga Bridge and inspected the ongoing repair work. DM asked to complete 100% work by October 15. On this occasion, all the concerned officers including City Magistrate Vinay Kumar Singh were present.