Complete Holiday In Maharashtra On January 22, No Transactions In Government Securities.

Geeta Kumar
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The Maharashtra Government has declared January 22 22 as a complete holiday. Invoking Section 25 of the Negotiable Instruments Act of 1881, the state government said no transactions would be done in government securities, money markets, and rupee interest rate derivatives on Monday. All types of transactions will be completed on January 23.

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Reversal Of VRR Auction Now On January 23

According to the press release of RBI, a 3-day Variable Rate Repo (VRR) auction was conducted on Friday. Its reversal was to happen on January 22. This reversal will be done on January 23. Many state governments declared a holiday on January 22 for the Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha program. Apart from this, a half-day holiday has been announced in public banks in UP.

Half Day Leave For Central Employees On January 22

The idol of Ramlala has reached the Ram temple in Ayodhya. The Pran Pratishtha program will be held on January 22. All the prominent people of the country will participate in this, along with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Apart from many state governments, the Central Government has also announced that the central employees working across the country will be given half-day leave on January 22. The Uttar Pradesh government has closed offices, schools, and colleges. Apart from this, liquor shops will also be kept closed.

Holidays In MP and Goa Also

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Mohan Yadav has also announced a holiday for all government employees and schools. Liquor and cannabis shops in the state will also remain closed on this day. In Goa, the state government has also announced that government employees will be on leave on January 22. Along with this, schools will also remain closed.

Half a Day In Chhattisgarh and a Full Holiday In Haryana

The BJP government of Chhattisgarh has also announced that people will be given a half-day holiday on January 22 during the Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha ceremony. All government offices will remain closed till 2 pm. Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has declared January 22 a government holiday in the state. Apart from this, a dry day has also been announced.

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