Buddha Purnima: Ban on Ganga Snan in Kasganj – Buddha Purnima 2021: Ban on Ganges bathing in Kasganj district, police stationed in ghats, vigilance in Tores

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The rate of corona infection has decreased in Kasganj district, but the risk has not decreased. In such a situation, the administration takes no negligence either. This time Ganga bathing was forbidden on Buddha Purnima.

Photo by Kachla Gangaghat
– Photo: Amar Ujala

In view of the corona infection on the occasion of Buddha Purnima, the Kasganj District Administration and the Badaun Administration have banned Ganga baths. There is a possibility of infection from the Ganges bath. For which the police were also alerted by the district administration. Pilgrims’ vehicles going to the Ganga bath are also checked.People reach Haripadi Ganga and Shahwajpur in Leh, Kadarganj, Ismailpur and Soron in Kasganj district to bathe the Ganges. In all of these ghats baths have been banned here by the district administration. While a large number of followers reach the bath in Kachla Gangaghat. The Badaun government has imposed a ban and installed police and judges in Kachla Gangaghat.

Kachla huddles over Gangaghat
In addition to Kasganj, Sikandararau, Hathras and the surrounding area, devotees from Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, also reach Ganga to bathe in large numbers. Judges were dispatched given the possibility of overcrowding in Kachla Ganga Ghat. Apart from that, police stations have been installed on the Bareilly-Mathura motorway for control purposes.
Kasganj District Magistrate Chandra Prakash Singh said that Ganga baths will be banned due to corona infection. People shouldn’t reach the Gangesbad. Support the administration. Measures are being taken against those who forcibly enter the ghats to bathe the Ganges. The police were alerted in the district. Kasganj: Corona negative report for visitors of Tirthanagri Tores, DM

Followers entering Tire are required to submit a negative RTPCR investigation report 72 hours in advance. Only then can they be approved. That order was issued on Tuesday by District Judge Chandra Prakash Singh. Order was given to implement Section 144 in the district, which will remain in effect through July 15, 2021.

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In view of the corona infection on the occasion of Buddha Purnima, the Kasganj District Administration and the Badaun Administration have banned Ganga baths. There is a possibility of infection from the Ganges bath. For which the police were also alerted by the district administration. Pilgrims’ vehicles going to the Ganga bath are also checked.

People reach Haripadi Ganga and Shahwajpur in Leh, Kadarganj, Ismailpur and Soron in Kasganj district to bathe the Ganges. In all of these ghats baths have been banned here by the district administration. While a large number of followers reach the bath in Kachla Gangaghat. The Badaun government has imposed a ban and installed police and judges in Kachla Gangaghat.

Kachla huddles over Gangaghat

In addition to Kasganj, Sikandararau, Hathras and the surrounding area, devotees from Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, also reach Ganga to bathe in large numbers. Judges were dispatched given the possibility of overcrowding in Kachla Ganga Ghat. Apart from that, police stations have been installed on the Bareilly-Mathura motorway for control purposes.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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