Ganesh Chaturthi: Bombay High Court accepts new State policy which bats for idol immersion in artificial ponds instead of rivers, lakes

A division bench of Justices Atul Chandurkar and Urmila Joshi Phalke at Nagpur bench, accepted the policy of the State and said that the same will operate until a comprehensive one is framed.
Ganesh Festival
Ganesh Festival

The Bombay High Court was recently told that the Maharashtra government has come up with a new policy which will allow immersion of Plaster of Paris (PoP) and other Ganpati idols, preferably in artificial ponds instead of rivers and lakes during the Ganesh Chaturthi festival [Court on its own motion vs Union of India].

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