Kailash Gehlot said that the government is seriously considering this matter, so that the people of the Sikh community living in large numbers in Delhi-NCR do not face any problem. He tweeted, “Wishing you all a very Happy 550th Prakash Parv of Guru Nanak Dev Ji on behalf of Delhi Government. The government is taking a positive view of giving exemption from odd-even on this Prakash Parv on November 11 and 12.
On behalf of Delhi Government, warm wishes to all of you on the 550th Prakash Parv of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. Government @ArvindKejriwal On this light festival on 11th and 12th nov #OddEven Thinking positively about giving a discount from https://t.co/lADDLRs55w
— Kailash Gahlot (@kgahlot) November 6, 2019
The Transport Minister of Delhi said that it has been three days since the odd-even scheme was implemented, but there is no report of violation of rules on a large scale. However, in the meantime, a problem is also emerging, those who are going to drop the children to school, what will happen to them at the time of their return. In this case the rules are not completely clear to the people.
Let us tell that for the people of Sikh community, the birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev, Prakash Parv is a historic and important occasion, which they celebrate with full devotion. On the occasion of this festival, preparations are being made for grand kirtan in the entire city in which lakhs of devotees are expected to participate. On this occasion, on November 11 and 12, lakhs of people will also visit different gurdwaras across the city.