Hanuman Jayanti today: Center issues advisory to states to maintain law and order
MHA advisory for Hanuman Jayanti: The Union Home Ministry has issued an advisory to the states for Hanuman Jayanti. In this advisory, guidelines have been given for maintaining law and order on the occasion of Hanuman Jayanti.
Today, Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated across the country. People are reaching the temples for darshan and worship since morning. On this occasion, preparations are on to take out processions and processions in many parts of the country. During this, for the purpose of maintaining law and order, the Center has issued an advisory to the states. It may be known that violence broke out in many states of the country on the occasion of the recently concluded Ram Navami. This violence not only resulted in the loss of private and public properties but also shattered the spirit of social brotherhood. After the violence in many cities of Bihar-Bengal, an atmosphere of tension has still prevailed. The central government is on alert regarding this riot. The Union Home Ministry has asked the Bengal government for a detailed report in three days regarding the Ram Navami violence. Along with this, an advisory has been issued to the states regarding Hanuman Jayanti. The Ministry of Home Affairs has issued an advisory to the states and given necessary instructions.
In the advisory, the Ministry of Home Affairs has asked all the state governments to be vigilant in view of Hanuman Jayanti. "The Home Ministry has asked the State Governments to maintain law and order, ensure peaceful observance of the festival and keep a vigil on those trying to disturb communal harmony in the society," the home ministry office tweeted.
The Home 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. Here in the Jahangirpuri area of the capital Delhi, the administration has not given permission to take out a procession on the occasion of Hanuman Jayanti. It may be known that during Hanuman Jayanti in Jahangirpuri last year, the atmosphere deteriorated. Many police personnel were also injured in the clash.
Delhi Police took out a flag march in the Jahangirpuri area on Wednesday with the aim of maintaining peace and order on Hanuman Jayanti in Delhi. Apart from Delhi Police, paramilitary force personnel are also present in Jahangirpuri. Let us tell you that last year violence erupted after stone pelting on Hanuman Jayanti Shobha Yatra in G block of the Jahagirpuri area.
Violence broke out in several areas of West Bengal, Bihar, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Karnataka on the occasion of Ram Navami. In Bihar and Bengal, there was also bombing along with arson and stone pelting. The situation is that even now in the areas of West Bengal and Bihar, the fire of violence is re-igniting again and again. In view of this, the central government is already on alert mode regarding Hanuman Jayanti.