Announcement of recitation of Hanuman Chalisa in Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi-Idgah complex, administration alert. A large number of police forces have been deployed here. Security has been beefed up in the mosque and surrounding areas.
New Delhi: Security has been tightened in view of the announcement of the recitation of Hanuman Chalisa by the All India Hindu Mahasabha at Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi-Idgah complex in Mathura. The administration has come completely on alert mode. Section 144 is in force around the Shahi Idgah mosque and a large number of police forces have been deployed.
Administration increased security
The administration has claimed that no person or organization will be allowed to disturb the peace and communal harmony. Superintendent of Police (City) Martand Prakash Singh said that in view of the announcement of the Hindu Mahasabha and its supporting organizations to recite Hanuman Chalisa at the Idgah, security has been increased in the area around Shri Krishna Janmasthan and Shahi Idgah Mosque. On Monday, the police force also conducted a foot march in the area.
Hindu Mahasabha has announced the recitation of Hanuman Chalisa
Dinesh Sharma, national treasurer of the Hindu Mahasabha, said, "If I am not allowed to recite Hanuman Chalisa at the birthplace of God at the Idgah at Abhijeet Muhurta in the afternoon as scheduled on Tuesday, I will commit self-immolation," questioning the administration's action, he said. , ' If we don't worship Lord Krishna at his birthplace, then where will we do it? This district administration should tell us.
Sharma issued a statement alleging that after the announcement made by the Mahasabha on December 6, Sanatani Dharmavalambi from the country and abroad are reaching Mathura, are being stopped at the airport and railway stations and somehow reached here, They are not being allowed to stay in hotels around Janmabhoomi. He also alleged that this is the repressive policy of the administration, many of our workers have been put under house arrest but still, hundreds of workers and office bearers present in large numbers in Mathura will reach.
The peace system will not be allowed to be disturbed - SSP
On the other hand, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Shailesh Pandey said that no particular person or organization would be allowed to disturb the communal harmony and peace system of the district. Pandey said that prohibitory orders have already been implemented in the district, due to which no new activity can be allowed, in relation to which the government has not given permission earlier.