UP News: The UP government had approved the Kanwar Yatra with conditions, on which the Supreme Court had sought an answer from the UP government. Today the government replied and told that there will be no Kanwar Yatra. The court said, strict action should be taken against those who do not believe.
UP News: In the hearing held in the Supreme Court today in the matter of Kanwar Yatra, the UP government has filed its written reply, which states that in view of Corona, this year also the Kanwar Yatra in Uttar Pradesh has been postponed. There will be no Kavad Yatra in the state this year. In view of the reply of the UP government, the Supreme Court has now closed the matter. Along with this, the court has said that strict action should be taken against those who violate it, because people’s right to life is paramount.Also Read – Kerala gets relief from Supreme Court: There is no ban on celebrating Bakrid today, hearing will be held tomorrow
The court has instructed the Uttar Pradesh government and the officials there that if anyone violates the rules of Corona, then strict action should be taken against him. The Supreme Court has also asked the police officers that if anyone tries to take out the Kanwar Yatra, then action should be taken against him also. Also Read – Kerala Lockdown News: How can you give exemption from lockdown in IMA’s threat? Take back order, otherwise…
Let us inform that the Uttar Pradesh government had earlier given permission for the Kanwar Yatra. Then the Supreme Court asked the government to reconsider its decision. Taking cognizance of the matter itself, the court had issued a notice to the government. Along with this, the court had asked to file a reply in this matter. Also Read – UP: A major accident in Sambhal, 7 killed, 8 injured in a collision between two buses
It was argued on behalf of the government in the court that if someone wants to travel, then he will have to take permission. The government had put a condition for this that people going on the journey would have to show negative RTPCR test. Along with this, there was also a provision to tell whether they have received both the doses of the vaccine or not.
On this, a hearing was held in the court today and the state government told the Supreme Court that in view of Corona, this year also the Kanwar Yatra has been postponed. There will be no Kavad Yatra.