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Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha: Schools closed on January 22, offices locked…in which states is it a holiday?

The central government has announced to give half day leave to government employees on 22 January. On this day, Ramlala's life will be consecrated, in which Prime Minister Narendra Modi will participate. It has been told that more than 7000 people will gather in this grand function. At the same time, many states have also declared holidays.

Preparations are in full swing for the Ayodhya Ram Temple Pran Pratishtha ceremony to be held on January 22. The Prime Minister will inaugurate the Ram temple in Ayodhya and will also be the chief guest of the program. More than 7,000 people will attend the event, including politicians, film personalities, leading industrialists and others. Meanwhile, holidays have been declared in many states for the inauguration of Lord Ram's temple.

At the same time, the Central Government has announced to give half-day holiday to the employees of central institutions and other central industrial establishments on 22 January. The notice states that office hours will resume at 2:30 pm on that day. Let us know in which states official holidays have been declared…

There will be holiday in seven states on 22 January

Uttar Pradesh: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had announced partial closure of all educational institutions in Uttar Pradesh on January 22.

Chhattisgarh: The government has announced an official holiday for all educational institutions across the state on the occasion of the consecration ceremony at the Ayodhya Ram temple. Minister of State Brijmohan Aggarwal made this announcement while emphasizing the importance of the event. Apart from announcing a holiday, he also announced a weekly train service to Ayodhya to make this historic event more memorable.

Goa: Chief Minister Pramod Sawant has also officially declared January 22 as a public holiday in the state.

Haryana: Manohar Lal Khattar government has also decided to temporarily close schools. Additionally, to maintain the sanctity of the consecration ceremony, consumption of liquor will be prohibited across the state on that day.

Odisha: The state government has also said that all government offices will remain closed for half a day. On behalf of the State Revenue and Disaster Management Department, it was said that in view of Ram Lalla Pran Pratishtha in Ayodhya, the Government of Odisha is happy to announce that the offices of the State Government, as well as Revenue and Magistrate Courts (Executive) will remain closed on January 22 at noon. Will remain closed for half a day till 2.30 pm.

Rajasthan: The government announced a half-day holiday in the state on January 22 in view of the consecration ceremony. Chief Minister Bhajanlal Sharma made this announcement in the BJP Legislature Party meeting held at the party headquarters.

Assam: The government also announced half holiday on the occasion of consecration ceremony. All government offices and educational institutions in the state will remain closed till 2.30 pm on January 22 due to semi-holiday.

Madhya Pradesh: Half-day holiday was declared in all government offices on 22 January.

Demand raised to declare holiday in these states

Kerala: BJP has appealed to the CPI(M) led Left government to declare holiday in its institutions on January 22 due to the Ram temple consecration ceremony in Ayodhya. BJP state chief K Surendran said the state government should follow the model of the Centre, which has declared holiday in its institutions till 2.30 pm on January 22.

Jharkhand: BJP has appealed to Chief Minister Hemant Soren to declare January 22 as a 'state holiday'.

Maharashtra: There has been a demand for a public holiday in Maharashtra on 22 January, on which the government is yet to take a decision.

No holiday was announced in these states

Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Bihar, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Punjab, Sikkim, Tamil Nadu, Tripura, Telangana, Uttarakhand, West Bengal, Andaman and Nicobar (UT), Dadra And Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu (UT), Delhi, Jammu and Kashmir (UT), Ladakh (UT), Lakshadweep (UT), Puducherry (UT).

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