New Delhi: Swami Kapil Dev Kovid, head of the Maha Nirvani Aghara (Mahamandaleshwar) community in Madhya Pradesh, has died while undergoing treatment. He was admitted to Kailash Ashutri in Dehradun due to illness.
Kovid affected about 2,000 people who attended the Haridwar Kumbh Mela. Millions attended the last 10 to 14 Kumbh Mela baptisms. The vast majority did not wear masks or observe social distance. The Kumbh Mela is held in Haridwar, Teri and Dehradun districts of Uttarakhand.
Ganga’s blessing, there will be no Kovid: CM
Uttarakhand Chief Minister Tirat Singh Rawat has said that the Kumbh Mela could not be compared to last year’s Tablighi conference in Delhi on the issue of Kovid expansion. The Tablighi meeting was held in a hall closed by foreigners. However, Indians participate in the Kumbh Mela. They are publicly baptized in the Ganges. The blessing of the Ganges is flowing. So there will be no Kovid. The Chief Minister said that faith cannot be neglected while giving priority to health.
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