Braj Mandal Dham Jalabhishek Yatra to Resume After Incident, VHP Announces New Date

Braj Mandal Dham Jalabhishek Yatra to Resume After Incident, VHP Announces New Date

After the incident of stone pelting and violence in Nuh’s Nalhad on July 31, the Braj Mandal Dham Jalabhishek Yatra, which had remained incomplete, will once again be completed by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP). The Jalabhishek Yatra is scheduled to take place on August 28. To finalize the roadmap for this, the VHP officials will hold a meeting on Sunday. The Braj Mandal Jalabhishek Yatra was organized from Nalhad Shiv Temple in Nuh on July 31 but was marred by violence following the incident of stone pelting. Thousands of people got trapped inside the temple premises, leading to the suspension of the Yatra. During the violence, six people, including two homeguards and Bajrang Dal activists, lost their lives.

The situation in Mewat has not completely calmed down yet. The administration is taking actions against the troublemakers. Now, the VHP has decided to complete the unfinished Yatra. Until August 31, the month of Sawan (Hindu calendar) will continue. This Yatra will include Bajrang Dal and VHP activists along with other devotees from the Braj Mandal. The procession will start from Baba Nyaramdas Mandir Goshala in Manesar with drums and bugles, with the support of the entire Hindu community and blessings from the saints.