The Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah in Delhi will be reopened from September 6, Syed Adeeb Nizami, Incharge Dargah Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya said on Friday.
The shrine was closed from mid-March, after the outbreak of coronavirus. The decision to reopen the dargah was taken after the Unlock 4 guidelines were issued by the government.
Syed Adeeb Nizami, Incharge of Dargah Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya, told ANI on Friday that all arrangements in accordance to the guidelines have been done.
"The dargah will be opened from September 6. According to the government guidelines, we have made arrangements. In the lockdown, we closed the dargah to the public. Now keeping the guidelines in mind, we are opening the dargah," Nizami told ANI.
Delhi reported 2,914 new COVID-19 cases on Friday, the highest in four days, taking the total count of cases in the metropolis to 1,85,220.
The national capital also reported 13 deaths and the toll has gone to 4,513.
According to the Delhi government, the number of active and recovered cases are 18,842 and 1,61,865.
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