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NSW Police urges people to celebrate Rakhsha Bandhan online amid COVID-19 lockdown

NSW Police urges people to stay home this Rakhi festival Source: AAP/Getty Images/uniquely india

Raksha Bandhan, an annual Indian festival, falls on 22 August this year. NSW residents celebrating this festival are urged to stay home and follow the state’s strict COVID-19 lockdown laws. NSW Police Prosecutor Sergeant Mohit Kumar shares an important message to the community.

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