The devotees of Thakur Bankebihari in Vrindavan in Mathura district are relieved. On Friday, the court Civil Judge Junior Division Gajendra Singh passed the order to reopen the temple. The court ordered the opening of Banke Bihari Temple, under a prior order. Two separate petitions were filed in this regard with the Mathura Civil Judge Junior Division. After the court order, there is a wave of happiness among the devotees.
The closed Banke Bihar temple was opened for devotees on Saturday after the lockdown due to the Coronavirus epidemic. But during this time, due to chaos and chaos, the temple management had to decide to close the temple again. In such a situation, after opening the temple for just two days, it was closed indefinitely.
Earlier on Monday, lawyers Rajeev Maheshwari and Mahendra Pratap filed a petition in the court of Civil Judge Junior Division. The petitioners demanded that the temple be opened regularly. The court has accepted the petition. In fact, on 17 October, seven months after the temple doors were opened for devotees. But, on the very first day, the crowd of devotees grew so much that it was difficult to handle the crowd. Given the crowd, the preparations made by the administration and temple management in compliance with the government guidelines and social distancing, etc. were fiercely torn apart. Because of this, it was now decided to keep the temple closed from 19 October.