Nuh administration has denied permission to the Vishwa Hindu Parishad’s (VHP) Brij Mandal Jal Abhishek Yatra which was to be held on August 28.
Nuh Deputy Commissioner Dhirendra Khadgata confirmed the event and advised IANS that, “On Tuesday evening that the permission for VHP’s Yatra was cancelled.”
The administration official mentioned that the choice to disclaim the permission was additionally based mostly on intelligence inputs and the native peace committees, who mentioned the state of affairs continues to be tense within the district.
Hindu teams below the banner of the Sarva Hindu Samaj held a mahapanchayat at Pondri village in Palwal district on August 13 the place they introduced that they might resume the Braj Mandal Yatra on August 28 after it was stopped because of communal violence on July 31.
The Yatra was supposed to begin from Nuh’s Nalhar Mahadev Mandir, go to Ferozepur Jhirka, and later Singar in Punhana. However, nonetheless 3 km away from the Nalhar temple as riots erupted within the space.
“We know that the administration has rejected the permission but members of the organisation have said that they will go ahead with the Yatra, ” mentioned a VHP chief.
Six individuals, together with two dwelling guards and a cleric died within the clashes that erupted in Nuh following the VHP procession.
Sources mentioned that retaining G20 in thoughts, the permission was denied. The upcoming G20 assembly is to be held in Tauru from September 3.