This move of two big parties of Delhi regarding Chhath is because the question is of 29 percent Purvanchal votes. Those migrants of UP Bihar directly decide to win and lose 27 seats.
Politics has intensified in Delhi regarding the Chhath festival.
The leaders of both the BJP and Aam Aadmi Party are constantly attacking each other. After reaching the ITO Ghat, BJP MP Parvesh Verma has announced to start the worship by cleaning there. Actually, celebrating Chhath on the banks of the Yamuna is not allowed in Delhi. BJP leaders are going to ITO in protest against this decision. At the same time, Aam Aadmi Party workers are protesting in Dwarka. They allege that BJP’s MCD is not allowing to build a ghat there.
Police administration was also fortified around the Yamuna.
The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has banned Chhath Puja on Yamuna banks this year as well. The police administration has also been fortified around the Yamuna. Police were deployed everywhere. Chhath fast could not reach the banks of Yamuna. Meanwhile, BJP MP from West Delhi, Verma alleged. Kejriwal has banned the celebration of Chhath on Yamuna Ghats which is not acceptable. He said. I will stay with Purvanchali brothers and sisters. Will clean Chhath Ghat in ITO and start worship.
Why is politics happening on Chhath?
Actually, this is the reason for the two big parties of Delhi regarding Chhath. Because the question is of 29 percent Purvanchal votes. Those migrants of UP Bihar directly decide to win or lose 27 seats. For whom Chhath Puja is the biggest festival of faith.
Politics started on Chhath in Delhi in 2010.
When Sheila Dikshit was the Chief Minister. Delhi BJP President Vijender Gupta raised the demand for a public holiday on Chhath. Last week the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) said. Chhath Puja celebrations will be allowed only at designated places in the national capital except on the banks of Yamuna. Water pollution occurs after the immersion of prayer offerings. After this, BJP MP Manoj Tiwari accused Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal of politicizing the issue and doing injustice to the Purvanchali community living in the national capital. AAP MLA Sanjeev Jha also wrote a letter to Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal, seeking an appointment to discuss this “serious” issue.