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Gajraula (Amroha). Faith again overshadowed the fear of Corona. Thousands of believers bathe on the occasion of the Ganga Dussehra observing the rules. Hapur District Administration has failed to ban bathing in the Ganges at Brajghat on Ganga Jyeshtha Dussehra to ensure social distancing as per Kovid-19 guidelines. There was no place anywhere to put your feet on the ghats. Due to the crowd gathered in Brajghat, vehicles crawled on the highway for four hours.
The order to forbid Ganga bathing in Brajghat on Ganga Jyeshtha Dussehra on Sunday and not to gather more than five devotees at the Ghat was passed by the DM of Hapur on June 15. It seemed that this time the devotees would not gather there on Ganga Dussehra. There was not much crowding until Saturday evening, but on Sunday the devotees began to arrive in the early hours of the morning. Together with the main ghat in the Ganga Aarti Temple, there was a huge crowd at all of the ghats. Ganga Maiya’s chants resonated. However, due to the rise in the water level of the Ganges, the believers tied chains and bathed behind the barricades. The secular rites of children were also performed here.
The faces of the experts and priests, who feared that the crowd would not gather because of the ban, were in full bloom at the sight of the huge crowd. At the same time, the highway towards Delhi became congested due to the crowd of trailers from Delhi, NCR, Haryana, Rajasthan etc. and their vehicles. Vehicles crossing the highway stalled due to the amount of vehicles in the parking lot in Brajghat. From eight o’clock in the morning to 12 o’clock in the afternoon, the vehicles crawled past.

Gajraula (Amroha). Faith again overshadowed the fear of Corona. Thousands of believers bathe on the occasion of the Ganga Dussehra observing the rules. Hapur District Administration has failed to ban bathing in the Ganges at Brajghat on Ganga Jyeshtha Dussehra to ensure social distancing as per Kovid-19 guidelines. There was no place anywhere to put your feet on the ghats. Due to the crowd gathered in Brajghat, vehicles crawled on the highway for four hours.

The order to forbid Ganga bathing in Brajghat on Ganga Jyeshtha Dussehra on Sunday and not to gather more than five devotees at the Ghat was passed by the DM of Hapur on June 15. It seemed that this time the devotees would not gather there on Ganga Dussehra. There was not much crowding until Saturday evening, but on Sunday the devotees began to arrive in the early hours of the morning. Together with the main ghat in the Ganga Aarti Temple, there was a huge crowd at all of the ghats. Ganga Maiya’s chants resonated. However, due to the rise in the water level of the Ganges, the believers tied chains and bathed behind the barricades. The secular rites of children were also performed here.

The faces of the experts and priests, who feared that the crowd would not gather because of the ban, were in full bloom at the sight of the huge crowd. At the same time, the highway towards Delhi became congested due to the crowd of trailers from Delhi, NCR, Haryana, Rajasthan etc. and their vehicles. Vehicles crossing the highway stalled due to the amount of vehicles in the parking lot in Brajghat. From eight o’clock in the morning to 12 o’clock in the afternoon, the vehicles crawled past.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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