West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee drew flowers on canvas at Samajsebi Sangha

Kolkata:

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday visited a number of common Durga Pujas in Kolkata to inaugurate them and urged everybody to observe the COVID-19 protocol in the course of the festivities.

She visited the marquees of Babubagan, Jodhpur Park 95 Pally, Jodhpur Park Sarbojonin, Ekdalia Evergreen Membership, Singhi Park, Ballygunge Cultural, Samajsebi Sangha and Shibmandir in south Kolkata.

Her cupboard colleague Subrata Mukherjee was current in the course of the inauguration of the Ekdalia Evergreen puja, of which he’s the mentor.

The chief minister drew flowers on canvas at Samajsebi Sangha.

Ms Banerjee, who has been on an inauguration spree since October 14, had nearly unveiled over 70 pujas throughout the state within the first two days.

She had additionally visited round 12 marquees within the metropolis within the final two days.

The five-day festivities will start on October 22.

The chief minister had final 12 months inaugurated a number of pujas within the metropolis every week earlier than the competition.

This 12 months, she rued not having the ability to go to many marquees as a result of COVID-19 scenario.

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