The SOP of Mahakumbh, which is going to start from 27th February, will issue Disaster Management Department in the state.



The government has issued instructions for this. These guidelines are being prepared based on the SOP issued by the central government.

The state government held talks with the center after the Covid’s order issued directions from the Center in view of the High Court’s Kumbh. Following the talks, the Union Health Ministry issued the SOP of Kumbh last week. In this, all the arrangements were given in view of Covid.
Instructions were also issued for the registration of devotees coming to Kumbh from their random RTPCR investigation. After this SOP, continuous exercise is being done at the governance level.

Now the Government has directed the Disaster Management Department to send the SOP of the Center and issue its SOP at the state level. Disaster Management Department will issue guidelines for the registration of devotees coming to Kumbh from the website to check their report, Random Sampling etc. during the fair.
The government has released the entire budget, work has increased:
On the other hand, as the time of Mahakumbh draws near, construction works have also increased. Budgets have been released for all the activities of Kumbh from the government level. Instructions have also been issued to the Mela Officer to complete all the work within the stipulated period. It is believed that by 15 February all the work will be completed at the ground level.

Talks with DRDO scientists:
Negotiations have begun with DRDO scientists for the construction of a two-bed temporary hospital in Kumbh. It is believed that this temporary hospital will be ready within ten to 15 days after all the talks are finalized. This hospital is being built on the instructions of the Central Government.

For Kumbh, all work has been done at the governance level. The budget has been released. The plans have also gone in for approval. A fair officer has been directed to execute these. All preparations will be completed in due time.
– Shailesh Bagoli, Secretary, Urban Development

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