Hapur News – Arrangement failed: 1.25 lakh supporters gathered on the banks of the Ganges, trapped on the highway for 4 hours

Devotees take a holy bath in Ganga on Ganga Jyeshtha Dussehra in Brajghat.
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Arrangement failed: 1.25 lakh supporters gathered on the banks of the Ganges, 4 hours of traffic jam on the highway
Garhmukteshwar On the occasion of the Jyeshtha Ganga Dussehra on Sunday, 1.25 lakh supporters thronged despite the police administration’s ban. Large numbers of devotees also took a bath in the raw ghats of Lathira and Pooth and performed child shaving, worship, and other religious rituals. Due to the rush, there was a traffic jam on the motorway for around four hours. The guidelines of two yards and masks could not be followed.
In view of the corona infection, DM Anuj Singh had completely banned other religious rituals such as the Ganga bath on Jyeshtha Ganga Dussehra on the instructions of the government. Barricades, barricades and policemen were used to stop the believers. Even so, the devotees arrived in Brajghat from four in the morning. At first the police tried to stop the devotees, but all arrangements failed in front of the crowd.
Worship on the banks of the Ganges, shaving ceremony was also done
Despite the ban on religious rituals and rituals, after bathing at the Jyeshtha Ganga Dussehra festival, devotees heard the story of Lord Satyanarayan from the priests on the bank. Many devotees also performed the secular rites of the newborn and ganga puja. Meanwhile, a huge crowd of supporters was present at all the bathing gats in the Ganges.
People suffer from traffic jams on the highway
Due to the gathering of believers at Ganga Dussehra, there was pressure from vehicles on the highway. As a result, there was a traffic jam near the toll station and the Ganga bridge from 10 a.m. It took more than an hour for people to cover two miles. At the same time, many people parked their vehicles on the edge of the motorway near Brajghat, which further exacerbated the congestion problem. Passers-by became light after getting stuck in traffic. CO Pawan Kumar, Kotawali chief Shilesh Kumar and other police officers continued to try to clear the traffic jam, but the problem was resolved around two o’clock.
SP, ASP checked
On Sunday, SP Neeraj Kumar Jadaun and ASP Sarvesh Mishra Brajghat reached out to express their displeasure with the traffic jam on the highway. The officials ordered the devotees to be sent back and cleared the traffic jam at the earliest, but no solution could be found.
Four lakh pilgrims reached it every year
Adequate precautions were taken to prevent the devotees from reaching the banks of the Ganges, and great efforts were made to persuade the devotees. Despite all conviction, many people reached the bank and took a bath. About four Lakh followers reached Brajghat on Jyeshtha Dussehra, the number remaining very low due to the ban. – Sarvesh Kumar Mishra, ASP

Arrangement failed: 1.25 lakh devotees gathered on the banks of the Ganges, 4 hours of traffic jam on the highway

Garhmukteshwar On the occasion of the Jyeshtha Ganga Dussehra on Sunday, 1.25 lakh supporters thronged despite the police administration’s ban. Large numbers of devotees also took a bath in the raw ghats of Lathira and Pooth and performed child shaving, worship, and other religious rituals. Due to the rush, there was a traffic jam on the motorway for around four hours. The guidelines of two yards and masks could not be followed.

In view of the corona infection, DM Anuj Singh had completely banned other religious rituals such as the Ganga bath on Jyeshtha Ganga Dussehra on the instructions of the government. Barricades, barricades and policemen were used to stop the believers. Even so, the devotees arrived in Brajghat from four in the morning. At first the police tried to stop the devotees, but all arrangements failed in front of the crowd.

Worship on the banks of the Ganges, shaving ceremony was also done

Despite the ban on religious rituals and rituals, after bathing at the Jyeshtha Ganga Dussehra festival, devotees heard the story of Lord Satyanarayan from the priests on the bank. Many devotees also performed the secular rites of the newborn and ganga puja. Meanwhile, a huge crowd of supporters was present at all the bathing gats in the Ganges.

People suffer from traffic jams on the highway

Due to the gathering of believers at Ganga Dussehra, there was pressure from vehicles on the highway. As a result, there was a traffic jam near the toll station and the Ganga bridge from 10 a.m. It took more than an hour for people to cover two miles. At the same time, many people parked their vehicles on the edge of the motorway near Brajghat, which further exacerbated the congestion problem. Passers-by became light after getting stuck in traffic. CO Pawan Kumar, Kotawali chief Shilesh Kumar and other police officers continued to try to clear the traffic jam, but the problem was resolved around two o’clock.

SP, ASP checked

On Sunday, SP Neeraj Kumar Jadaun and ASP Sarvesh Mishra Brajghat reached out to express their displeasure with the traffic jam on the highway. The officials ordered the devotees to be sent back and cleared the traffic jam at the earliest, but no solution could be found.

Four lakh pilgrims reached it every year

Adequate precautions were taken to prevent the devotees from reaching the banks of the Ganges, and great efforts were made to persuade the devotees. Despite all conviction, many people reached the bank and took a bath. About four Lakh followers reached Brajghat on Jyeshtha Dussehra, the number remaining very low due to the ban. Sarvesh Kumar Mishra, ASP

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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