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Tej Pratap Yadav not allowed to do ‘parikrama’ in Mathura by car

Mathura (Uttar Pradesh) | Tej Pratap Yadav, son of former Bihar Chief Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav, was on Wednesday not allowed by the authorities to ‘circle’ the Giriraj Maharaj temple in a automotive right here. The previous cupboard minister of Bihar had reached Govardhan on Tuesday, wishing for his father’s good well being. He needed to circumambulate the octagon by automotive itself, however needed to return when he didn’t get permission.

Officers cited the heavy rush attributable to ‘Mudiya Purnima’ as the explanation for denying Yadav’s request to enter the premises in a automotive and carry out ‘parikrama’. In accordance with police sources, Tej Pratap, a frequent customer to Mathura and Vrindavan, had reached right here on Tuesday.
His automotive was stopped at a barrier and the police personnel posted there knowledgeable Yadav that the entry of automobiles was strictly prohibited, he mentioned.

Tej Pratap reportedly bought aggravated with this and uploaded a video on social media saying that he was being stopped by the Uttar Pradesh Police. Later he reached a close-by police station to get formal permission to enter with the automobile however the SHO. turned down his request.

Govardhan Deputy Superintendent of Police Gaurav Tripathi mentioned, “In view of the massive crowd on Mudiya Purnima, what in regards to the circumambulation of Giriraj Maharaj, there’s a full ban on coming into the automobile within the metropolis itself. Solely officers on obligation and automobiles engaged in emergency companies have been saved out of the ban to enter town. Tripathi mentioned, “Whoever needs to do parikrama or go to the temple can accomplish that on foot. However the automobile is just not allowed to be taken inside.

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