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4 festivals of Muslims, 2 festivals of Hindus in Centre holidays: Dussehra, Diwali in the category of optional holidays

Controversy has begun concerning the checklist of obligatory and non-obligatory centre holidays from the central government for the yr 2022. In truth, nearly all of society has been sidelined within the checklist of compulsory holidays, whereas nearly all the key festivals of the Muslim group have been included.

Following the trail of the Left-Liberal, secular political parties, and the Hon’ble Court, the Central Authorities have additionally begun on the trail of Muslim appeasement by marginalizing the biggest Hindu group of the nation.

Solely two festivals of Hindus have been given place within the checklist of obligatory holidays of the central authorities for 2022, whereas 4 festivals of the Muslim group are included within the checklist of ‘obligatory holidays’.

If we speak in regards to the festivals of Hindus, then for very long time propaganda is being run in opposition to Hindu festivals. Numerous organizations like Vocal Liberal, Environmentalist, Bollywood, and Courtroom collectively determine how Hindus rejoice in their celebration. The courtroom decides the peak of Dahi Handi, then sitting in AC rooms, giving information on the environment, folks determine whether or not crackers can be burst on Diwali or not.

Political events determine for what time the colors can be performed on Holi. Vocal Liberals narrate painful tales of birds dying by kite strings on Makar Sankranti. These identical individuals are additionally seen scolding the goat’s leg on this Bakrid.

They cease talking about the environmental harm brought on by Christmas firecrackers. Maybe the central authorities have additionally joined the class of those people who find themselves victims of Hinduphobia.

In truth, the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances, and Pensions of the Central Authorities have launched the checklist of non-obligatory holidays together with the obligatory holidays of 2022. There can be 14 obligatory holidays in 2022. These obligatory holidays are additionally referred to as gazetted holidays, which need to be taken. At the identical time, just a few can take go away from the checklist of non-obligatory holidays.

4 festivals of Muslims, 2 festivals of Hindus in Centre holidays: Dussehra, Diwali in the category of optional holidays
4 festivals of Muslims, 2 festivals of Hindus in center holidays: Dussehra, Diwali in the category of optional holidays

Within the yr 2022, administrative workplaces outdoors the nationwide capital could have 14 obligatory holidays and out of 12 non-obligatory holidays, 3 will be taken. Within the checklist of obligatory holidays, solely two festivals of the Hindus, Deepawali, and Dussehra, have been included, whereas 4 festivals of the Muslim group, Eid-ul-Adha, Eid-ul-Fitr, Muharram, and the birthday of Prophet Muhammad have been included.

Each celebration of different minorities is on the checklist of obligatory holidays. Mahavir Jayanti, a celebration of the Jain group, Buddha Purnima, a celebration of the Buddhist group, Guru Nanak Jayanti of the Sikh group, and Good Friday for Christians have been included within the checklist of compulsory holidays. Other than this, the nationwide festivals Republic Day, Independence Day, Gandhi Jayanti have been declared as obligatory holidays.

Main festivals like Mahashivratri and Holi have been saved out of the checklist of obligatory holidays. An extra vacation of Dussehra, Holi, Sri Krishna Janmashtami, Ram Navami, Mahashivratri, Ganesh Chaturthi, Makar Sankranti, Sri Jagannath Rath Yatra, Onam, Pongal, and a regional celebration have been included within the checklist of non-obligatory holidays.

Within the checklist of regional non-obligatory holidays, Chaitra Shukladi, Vaishakhi, Bihu, Chhath, Basant Panchami, Gudi Padwa, Karva Chauth, and Parsis celebration Navroz have been saved. Indian national and regional festivals are currently a real cultural description of India, however wanting on the checklist of obligatory holidays of the middle, it appears that evidently, the true identity of India is simply Muslim and Islamic festivals.

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