MP Kirron Kher attended Dussehra celebrations in Sector 24 and Sector 49, MC commissioner Anindita Mitra turned into the leader guest at the Sector 46 feature and UT adviser Dharam Pal graced the Sector 17 function.

Ravana, his brother Kumbhakarna, and son Meghanada had been given a fiery send-off at maximum Dussehra grounds inside the tricity vicinity on Wednesday.

MP Kirron Kher attended Dussehra celebrations in Sector 24 and Sector 49, MC commissioner Anindita Mitra became the chief guest on the Sector 46 characteristic and UT adviser Dharam Pal graced the Sector 17 characteristic.

While the Sector 46 Ravana changed into the tallest at 92ft, the Sector 29 birthday party featured a 75-feet Ravana. The effigies in Sector 29 were geared up with hearth sprinklers in the eye and mouth to make it appear that the three demons were repenting before their fall.

In Sector 17, the Ravana become 70-feet tall and in Sector 34, the Ravana became 65ft. A 55-ft tall effigy of the Demon King changed into additionally established on the Sector 49 mandi floor for the first time.

After two years of muted celebrations, citizens thronged to the venues, main to traffic bottlenecks all through the city. Traffic jams have been said along principal venues in Sectors 46, 34 and 17. The site visitors police had been also visible towing away haphazardly parked vehicles.

UT’s AQI stays ‘mild’

No predominant alternate become visible in Chandigarh’s air pleasant index (AQI) after effigies had been burnt throughout the city, and the AQI remained within the moderate bracket.

The Continuous Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Station (CAAQMS) in Sector 22 recorded an AQI-degree of eighty four (proper) at midday, but it dropped to 212 (terrible) at three pm. The excellent then stepped forward to 147 (mild) at 6 pm and after effigy burning, was recorded at 133 (slight) at 9 pm. An AQI between one zero one-two hundred is considered mild. However, it can purpose respiration pain to people with lung and coronary heart sicknesses.

Mann designates Phase eight ground for Dussehra celebrations

Mohali Punjab leader minister Bhagwant Singh Mann, who attended the Dussehra event in Mohali, allotted an open ground for celebrating occasions and gala’s in Phase eight.

A call for for the identical have been raised by means of AAP MLA Kulwant Singh and Dussehra committee contributors. “We will not use the distance for commercial functions,” the CM said.

Reminiscing about the time when he stayed in Phase 7, he said, “Now, colleges had been constructed within the place where Dussehra used to be celebrated, but from now at the humans could have this floor.”

While putting hearth to the Ravana effigy, an embodiment of evil, he advised the people in attendence to get rid of all social maladies.

After  years of subdued celebrations, a huge flip-out changed into visible, with the cracker display stealing the display. The meals stalls have been successful.

Some human beings had been heard grousing that they were no longer allowed to go into the overcrowded venue as safety were tightened because of the CM’s presence. Major visitors jams had been witnessed around the venue due to barricading. Cops had been visible diverting the visitors.

Police stay on their feet in Panchkula

Heavy police deployment became visible at the Parade Ground in Sector five, which saw a huge turnout. Six factors were barricaded at the venue, and 12 police control room trucks, 24 riders and 25 brief response teams were deployed in and around the floor. A crew of Durga Shakti Force changed into on obligation to make certain the safety of women. An alert was issued at 9 border take a look at posts.

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