Akhilesh Yadav blames Yogi Adityanath government for Banke Bihari temple stampede


Samajwadi Occasion chief Akhilesh Yadav blamed the Yogi Adityanath authorities in Uttar Pradesh for the stampede that passed off in Banke Bihari temple.

Two individuals had been suffocated to demise in a stampede on the Bankey Bihari temple in Vrindavan (Picture: Siraj Qureshi | India Right this moment)

Samajwadi Occasion chief Akhilesh Yadav on Monday mentioned the Banke Bihari temple stampede incident reveals the failure of the Yogi Adityanath authorities. He famous that there was no enhancements within the temple’s preparations for the devotees.

Two individuals died on August 20 as a consequence of suffocation and several other had been taken ailing when a heavy crowd gathered on the Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan for Mangal Aarti on the event of Krishna Janmashtami.

Following his assembly with the Braj Basis chief Vineet Narain, Akhilesh mentioned that a number of corruption is going down within the growth work being carried out within the Braj area and the federal government is sitting with its eyes closed.

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He mentioned that vast crowds used to assemble within the Banke Bihari Temple and different spiritual locations throughout his regime as effectively, however no such disasters occurred as a result of his authorities paid consideration to sustaining correct preparations for crowd management. The stampede occurred as a result of the whole administration was busy sustaining the chief minister’s safety as an alternative of taking note of the group administration on the temple, he added.

Akhilesh’s remark additionally comes after safety personnel posted on the temple gates discovered themselves helpless in controlling a large crowd on August 28. In viral movies, devotees had been seen sporting sneakers contained in the temple.

Manish Goswami who works as a servitor informed India Right this moment that due to the administration’s carelessness, the temple’s sanctity was defiled by individuals who entered sporting sneakers. He mentioned that the temple administration ought to take motion in opposition to the guards posted on the temple gates.

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