‘Ganapati’ creates awareness
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‘Ganapati’ creates awareness

August 24, 2020

On the occasion of Ganesha Festival, Parisara Snehi group Convenor Jeevan, a resident of Siddarthanagar, in a disguise of Lord Ganesha, distributed masks to public at Agrahara Circle and created awareness on wearing masks to contain the spread of pandemic.

Picture above shows Lakshmipuram Traffic Police making ‘Ganapati’ wear a mask during the awareness programme.

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