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Hindu organizations took out a procession after getting permission for the procession in Delhi’s Jahangirpuri.
Today Hanuman Jayanti is being celebrated across the country. Devotees are reaching the temples since morning. Processions are being taken out in many states. Police forces have been deployed in several states, including Bengal and Bihar, in view of the violence on Ram Navami last week.
Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) and Bajrang Dal took out a procession in Delhi. North West Delhi DCP Jitendra Kumar Meena said that two processions were allowed in Jahangirpuri area today. A journey has ended peacefully. Nothing happened. Preparations are on for the second yatra, security personnel have been deployed, drones are also being monitored.
A procession of Bajrang Dal was taken out in Delhi’s Nandnagari.
On Wednesday, the police refused permission for the procession
Jahangirpuri of Delhi was a very sensitive area in terms of taking out a procession on Hanuman Jayanti. On Wednesday, the police refused to take out the procession here citing law and order, but later allowed two processions on the fixed route.
A large number of forces have been deployed in entire Jahangirpuri to prevent such a situation today. Police patrolling the streets and accompanying the procession. Last year on April 16, tension broke out between the two communities during the Hanuman Jayanti procession in Jahangirpuri.
A large number of police forces have been deployed in Jahangirpuri, New Delhi.
In West Bengal’s Hooghly, the police took out a flag march at night to take stock of the situation.
BJP MLA from Telangana claims – Arrested before going to the rally
BJP MLA from Telangana’s Goshamahal T Raja Singh has informed on social media that the police has arrested him before attending the Hanuman Jayanti rally. He accused the BRS government of the state that this government is not allowing Hindus to participate even in religious rallies.
T Raja Singh has claimed his arrest by tweeting this.
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Keeping in mind the violence on Ram Navami last week, the Ministry of Home Affairs on Wednesday issued an advisory to all the states. The ministry said that law and order should be maintained so that peace prevails on Hanuman Jayanti. Keep an eye on everything that has the potential to disturb communal harmony.
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