No Politics on Chhath Puja! Please!!! Mr Thakre and Mr Nirupam this is one of the holiest festivals of the nation

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No Politics on Chhath Puja! Please!!! Mr Thakre and Mr Nirupam this is one of the holiest festivals of the nation
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Friday, 28 October 2011
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Holistic season of Chhath Puja started and few political leader shown their malign intensity to touch emotions of innocent Indians by segregating into different name like Marathi and North Indian. Listen Carefully !!! There is no space of these kind of politics in India.... Dont touch our emotions over any religious concerns especially on the occasion of holiest chhath puja. We understand the meaning of unity and I urge all politian to understand the same. Dont divide us.... Dont rule on us..... This is a democratic India and people are elected here to provide good governance, not to rule on us..... I urge each and every devotee to vote only those candidates who have a positive mind frame over the country's scenario. I also urge to all politicians to go further for the nation building concept with unity of all diversity... Regards A Chhath Puja Vrati
Friday, 01 November 2013 by Vikas Mishra
One of the major chhath puja news is that this season too Maharashtra Govt try to politicize chhath issue by saying no chhath puja on Juhu beach in maharshtra.

See the report;

Maharashtra government has informed the Bombay High Court that it had refused permission to a cultural organisation to use Juhu beach here for organising "chhath" celebrations on November 8 on the ground of serious violations committed earlier.

A statement to this effect was made by G W Mattos, Additional Government Pleader, in the high court yesterday.

However, Anjani Kumar Singh, the counsel for the organisation "Mann Ranglo", denied that the cultural body had flouted any norms earlier.

A bench of Justices S F Vajifdar and K R Sriram then asked the state government to file an affidavit in this regard.

The bench ordered that the affidavit shall be served on the petitioner latest by November 4, and gave liberty to the petitioner to apply for ad-interim relieves before the vacation judge on November 5.