The administration was alerted after the petition was filed in the court regarding Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi, security increased


The stir in Mathura has increased after a petition was filed in the court to free Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi and the land around it. Various types of discussions have started in the people. Police and PAC were alert on Saturday around Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi and Idgah. The suspects were investigated. Also, commandos and dog squads are also stationed at the main gate of Shri Krishna's birthplace. Every person coming and going is being monitored.

The case of Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi has reached the court. A petition has been filed in the court by the name of Shri Krishna Virajaman, seeking ownership of 13.37 acres. Supreme Court advocates Harishankar Jain and Vishnu Shankar Jain have filed a petition on behalf of Shri Krishna Virajaman in the court of Senior Civil Judge Chhaya Sharma in Mathura. Of these, the ownership of 13.37 acres of Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi has been sought.

Security has been beefed up at major shrines like Vrindavan, Govardhan, Barsana, Dauji along with Sri Krishna's birthplace, Shahi Idgah after the petition was filed in court by Sri Krishna Virajaman. SP Security RK Mishra said that we have made the security of the institute even more vigorous. At the same time, the security of the royal Idgah mosque has also been alerted.

Vijay Bahadur Singh, Special Officer of Sri Krishna Janmasthana Seva Sansthan, said that Lord Shri Krishna's presence took place in Kansa prison in Katra Keshava Dev about 5247 years ago. The great-grandson of Sri Krishna, Vrajnabh established the first temple of Shri Keshav Dev at the same site of the prison. Over the years, temples were built again and again. The last 250 feet high temple was built by Raja Veer Singh Deo of Orchha during Jahangir's reign, which Aurangzeb demolished in 1669 to build the Eidgah Mosque on the temple's façade, which currently exists.

Tanveer Ahmed Advocate, Secretary of Idgah Intejamia Committee, said that Mathura is the city of harmony. Here Hindus come to hug on Eid and we get their hugs on Holi. Diwali and Janmashtami have been celebrating together. There is no dispute and there will be no further. Both religious places are equal. God is worshiped in the temple and namaz is performed in the mosque. In 1967, an agreement was reached between the officials of the two shrines to maintain their brotherhood and respect. We will see if we have been made a party in the petition filed. Only after this, the committee will decide further.