Uttar Pradesh: Sale of liquor, meat banned in Mathura! Rules apply in 22 out of 45 wards

The Uttar Pradesh government has taken an important decision regarding Mathura. The government has declared an area of ​​10 sq km near Shrikrushna Mandir in Mathura as a pilgrimage site. The sale of alcohol and meat will be banned in this area. The Yogi government has taken this decision considering the faith of the devotees coming to this area. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had come to Mathura on Shrikrishna Janmashtami. He took darshan of Lord Krishna. At this time, a ban on the sale of meat and liquor was announced in Mathura as demanded by the saints. He also advised the people affected by this business to start a dairy business.

This step has been taken 10 days after the order given by the right Adityanath to the Mathura district administration. An area of ​​about 10 sq km in Mathura Vrindavan area has been declared a pilgrimage site. The area will be inspected by the Excise and Food Civil Supplies Department. After that, the licenses in the area will be revoked, ”Additional Chief Secretary Avanish Kumar Awasthi told The Indian Express. There are 22 wards under this pilgrimage area. Ghati Bahalrai, Govindnagar, Mandi Ramdas, Chaubiyapada, Dwarikapuri, Navneet Nagar, Bankhandi, Bharatpur Gate, Arjunpura, Hanuman Tila, Jagannath Puri, Gaughat, Manoharpura, Bairajpura, Radhanagar, Badrinagar, Krishnanagar, Koyla Gali, Dampiyar Nagar and Jaising Pura. Including. The saints have expressed happiness after this decision of the Yogi government.

“Mathura-Vrindavan is the birthplace of Lord Krishna. It is historically important and also important from a tourism point of view, ”the Uttar Pradesh religious department said in a notification. Mal पवित्र is a sacred place. Millions of pilgrims from India and abroad visit here.

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