The Chief Minister expressed satisfaction with the preparations undertaken so far during his visit to the Chhath Ghats. He claimed that he had previously visited the Ghats twice. There is a significant difference between then and now.
Chhath Puja, the grand festival of faith, casts its shadow everywhere. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar inspected the Chhath Ghats on the opening day of the festival. The CM used a steamboat to survey Patna City’s Kangan Ghat from Shahpur Ganga Ghat in Danapur. Nitish Kumar also provided the officials with the appropriate instructions for the worship preparations. CM Vijay Chaudhary and Ministers Vijay Chaudhary and Mangal Pandey were also present during the inspection.
Nitish Kumar visited ongoing preperations
In preparation for the forthcoming four-day Chhath ‘Mahaparv,’ Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar visited ongoing preparations at various ghats on the Ganga river’s southern bank on Wednesday.
During the inspection, he gave the officials the essential directions for keeping the Chhath ghats clean and secure during the ‘Mahavrat.’
The Chief Minister engaged with the officials after observing the arrangements for sanitation, cleanliness, better lighting, and barricading at the ghats. He also obtained information on the siege and security arrangements for the deadly ghats from the officials.
The CM was inspecting the Chhath ghats for the second time in a week. Nitish had already inspected these ghats on October 27. Following the trip, Nitish stated that he would return to these ghats on November 6 to examine the administration’s progress.
The Chief Minister asked the officials to make provisions for the people’s comfort and safety while reaching the Chhath Ghats. People should not be allowed to travel along the marshy and treacherous ghats. In addition, he directed that the watchtower keep a steady eye on the Ganga Ghats. The Chief Minister stated that Chhath Vratis would not be inconvenienced in any way.
The Chief Minister was pleased with the preparations
The Chief Minister expressed his pleasure with the preparations undertaken so far during his visit to the Chhath Ghats. He expressed his satisfaction with the preparations. The Chief Minister stated that he has visited the Ghats twice previously. There are significant differences between then and now. The ghats where Chhath Puja would be done have been prepared. We’ve also made some additional recommendations. Many ghats are considered risky because of the Ganges’ high water level. Instructions have been issued as a result of this.
Vijay Kumar Choudhary (education), Sanjay Kumar Jha (water resources), Nitin Navin (road construction), and Ramprit Paswa were among the ministers who joined the CM during the inspection (PHED). During the inspection, the CM was accompanied by Chief Secretary Tripurari Sharan, DGP S K Singhal, and numerous other top officials from the state administration.