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“Maintaining law and order is government’s responsibility”: Bhupinder Singh Hooda cautions Khattar govt over VHP’s Jal Abhishek Yatra

Chandigarh (Haryana) [India], August 26 (ANI): Former Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Saturday cautioned the Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar to keep up regulation and order in view of the Brij Mandal Jal Abhishek Yatra that’s scheduled to be held on August 28 in Nuh whereas additionally slamming the BJP authorities of Haryana for Nuh violence.

Asserting that Yatras had been additionally held previously and are usually not new within the state, the Congress chief stated, ” The Yatras were held in the past but the Yatra’s security, and to maintain laworder is the government’s responsibility…”Attacking the Khattar authorities for having failed to offer safety to the yatra in Nuh and sustaining regulation and order within the state, he stated, “Whatever happened back then was due to the failure of the government..Despite inputs (possibility of violence), the state government did not take preventive measures…We gave the Adjournment motion (in Vidhan Sabha)yesterday the Speaker said that it has been sent to the government for comments…”.

Hooda stated that if the federal government had taken preventive steps on time then the violence may have been averted.

He stated, “A CID inspector had reported that they had informed 10 days in advance that such an incident could occur and there were WhatsApp messages also the government should have taken preventive steps. There is no hatred among the local people.”Addressing the media, Nuh Deputy Commissioner Dhirendra Khadgata stated, “We have denied the permission for yatra (Braj Mandal Shobha Yatra). Still, some have said they will conduct the yatra. We have imposed Section 144.”Haryana Police on Saturday stated that the web companies have been suspended in Nuh district until August 28.

Mobile Internet and bulk SMS companies have been suspended in Nuh District for 2 days after the VHP stated they may go forward with their Yatra on August 28. Internet companies have been suspended from 12:00 midday immediately until midnight 12 on August 28, an official assertion stated on Saturday.

Haryana authorities authorities have, nevertheless, denied permission for the Yatra citing apprehensions of disturbance of regulation and order expressed by native police in addition to intelligence companies.

Nuh Deputy Commissioner had on Friday written to the state’s Home Department, recommending to cease Nuh web service and bulk messages, following which orders had been issued immediately by the Home Secretary of Haryana to cease web service from August 26 to August 28, officers stated. (ANI)