Security has been stepped up in Mathura after the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha declared its intention to conduct ‘jalabhishek’ at Shahi Eidgah and install Shri Krishna idol on December 6.
On December 6, 1992, Ayodhya’s Babri mosque was destroyed.
Requested authorization to organize nontraditional programmes by four right-wing organizations, the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahabha, the Srikrishnan Janmabhumi Nirman Nyse, Narayani Sena, and the Srikrishna Mukti Dal, had previously been denied.
Four super zones, four zones, and eight sectors make up Mathura.
Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha has requested permission to put a Krishna statue in the Shahi Eidgah, which it claims is the deity’s “real birthplace.” –
Four super zones, four zones, and eight sectors make up the city’s boundaries.
The route leading to the Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi-Shahi Eidgah Mosque will be closed to traffic till December 7.
People who spread rumors or seek to disrupt the peace will be monitored by more than 2000 paramilitary force troops and intelligence agencies.
On Saturday, there was a practice on the police line and a city-wide foot march.
A traffic alert has been issued for December 5-7.
No vehicles will be permitted to enter the Janmabhoomi-Ding Gate area from the morning of December 5 till the evening of December 7. At the Govardhan crossroads, big trucks will not be allowed to enter the city.
Ding Gate or Bhuteshwar may be reached from Masani through Gokul Restaurant via Goverdhan Chauraha, if necessary.
From Bharatpur Gate to Ding Gate, all vehicle movement is prohibited, and no four-wheelers or large trucks may go from Dhauli Pyau toward the State Bank crossroads.
There has been a red zone around the Katra Keshav Dev temple and the Shahi Idgah, where most security officers have been deployed. Ample security has been set up at all points of entrance into Mathura.
At every entrance of Mathura, Senior Superintendent of Police Gaurav Grover said, enough force has been deployed.
Enhanced security measures have been implemented at certain ports of entry.
Section 144 of the CrPC already has prohibitive orders in place in Mathura. In this section, four or more persons are not allowed to congregate in the same place. Several applications have been filed in the local courts calling for the destruction of the 17th-century mosque. The announcement to conduct the ceremony within the Shahi Idgah is timely.