Tension in Mathura: Suddenly the atmosphere has heated up in Mathura. In fact, the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha has sought permission to perform Jalabhishek of Laddu Gopal and recite Hanuman Chalisa in Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi-Idgah complex in Mathura district on December 6. Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha claims this complex to be the sanctum sanctorum of the ancient Sri Krishna temple. Meanwhile, the Mathura administration has prohibited gathering of five or more people of any political, social or religious organization in the district to hold meetings, picketing and demonstrations etc. without permission. This ban will be effective till January 28 next year.
Prohibition in force till January 28
According to administrative sources, on the completion of 30 years of the demolition of the Babri structure in Ayodhya, prohibitory orders have been imposed from December 1 in view of some special activities like declaration of Hanuman Chalisa recitation in the Idgah of All India Hindu Mahasabha and elections related to municipal bodies. , which will remain in force till January 28 next year.
No display allowed without permission
In the prohibitory order issued by the order of Muthra DM Pulkit Khare, it has been said that without permission of political, social or religious organization or any other gathering of five or more people, any kind of gathering, picketing, demonstration etc. will not be allowed. In case of violation of this, strict action will be implemented against the concerned person or organization under Section 188 of the Code of Police Criminal Procedure. Our team is fully monitoring the situation.
The organization has released the video
At the same time, the National Treasurer of the All India Hindu Mahasabha, Dinesh Sharma released a video and informed on Friday that he has written a letter to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath with his own blood, seeking permission to recite Hanuman Chalisa on December 6 at the Shahi Idgah located in the Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi complex. .
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