Meghalaya to open worship places from June 14

The government of Meghalaya has decided to open its places of worship from June 14 onwards

Meghalaya to open worship places from June 14
CM Conrad Sangma held a meeting with religious leaders on friday 5th jun 2020.

Meghalaya government has decided to open its places of worship from June 14 onwards.

The decision was taken when the state's Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma, along with Ministers and officials, convened a meeting with various religious leaders in Shillong.

"Places of worship will reopen from the 14th of June with due adherence to safety protocols laid by the Govt. I thank all our religious leaders for their unwavering support and cooperation", Sangma said at the end of the meeting.

Meeting with various religious leaders was held today with Hon'ble Ministers and officials. Places of worship will reopen from the 14th of June with due adherence to safety protocols laid by the Govt. I thank all our religious leaders for their unwavering support and cooperation. 


Cm Conrad sangma tweeted

The move of the Meghalaya comes days after the Centre had decreed that the worship places  can be opened from June 8 onwards by following the prescribed protocols. Ahead of the opening of these places of worship, the Indian Government's Department of Health and Family Welfare has issued a set of Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)  or guidelines to be followed by devotees the next they visit their preferred place of worship.