On August 13, the Sarv Jatiya Hindu Mahapanchayat gave a name to renew the Brij Mandal Shobha Yatra in Nuh on August 28 which was disrupted by the communal clashes in July.
Security measures have been beefed up all over the place as Haryana’s Nuh will get prepared for one more non secular Shobha Yatra that has been requested by Sarv Jatiya Hindu Mahapanchayat regardless of police authorities refusing permission. The ‘Shobha Yatra’ has been known as for in the present day (28 August). The VHP has chosen to proceed with the shobha yatra despite the fact that permission has been denied for it.
According to Shatrujeet Kapur, director basic of police for Haryana, the federal government had refused permission for the yatra due to a G20 Sherpa Group assembly that was slated to happen in Nuh from September 3 to 7.
Ahead of the VHP’s name for procession, Inspector Kuldeep Singh, Haryana Police stated “Security arrangements have been made in view of Vishwa Hindu Parishad’s (VHP) call for Yatra today. The situation is peaceful here. Permission has not been granted to conduct ‘Yatra’. Only locals of Nuh are allowed to enter the district, outside vehicles are returned from this point”
Outsiders might be barred from getting into Nuh and safety has been beefed up within the district and different areas in view of the Sarv Jatiya Hindu Mahapanchayat’s name for a ‘shobha yatra’ in the present day, regardless of the authorities denying permission for the procession. Officials stated police and paramilitary forces have been deployed to maintain a strict vigil whereas safety at inter-state and inter-district borders has additionally been tightened.
VHP Yatra In Nuh: All it is advisable to find out about
- On August 13, the Sarv Jatiya Hindu Mahapanchayat gave a name to renew the Brij Mandal Shobha Yatra in Nuh on August 28 which was disrupted by the communal clashes in July.
- Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Sunday requested devotees to supply prayers at temples of their neighbourhood on Monday as an alternative of holding any ‘yatra’. Permission has not been granted for the ‘yatra’, he stated. “Instead of a ‘yatra’, people can visit temples in their areas for ‘jalabhishek’,” he stated and asserted that it’s the state authorities’s duty to keep up legislation and order.
- August 28 (in the present day) is the final Monday of the holy month of Shravan. A number of locals stated they don’t have any objection to holding the non secular procession whether it is allowed however asserted that there must be no provocative sloganeering through the yatra.
- According to a police spokesperson in Nuh, 1,900 Haryana Police personnel and 24 corporations of paramilitary forces have been deployed. No outsider might be allowed to enter Nuh.
- All entry factors to the district have been sealed and the highway resulting in the Malhar temple has additionally been closed, stated the spokesperson. Traffic on the KMP Expressway and the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway, nonetheless, will proceed, the spokesperson added.
(with inputs from PTI)