Mathura’s Banke Bihari temple reopens for devotees


Mathura (UP): The well-known Banke Bihari temple in Mathura reopened for devotees on Sunday adhering to all Covid-19 tips and sustaining social distancing.

A heavy police pressure has been deployed right here to manage the group of devotees. “Now we have began on-line registration for ‘darshan’ and solely 500 devotees are being allowed to supply prayers in a single day,” the temple supervisor mentioned.

The temple has been shut since since March 22.

On October 15, on the order of the courtroom of Civil Choose Junior Division, the temple was re-opened for devotees. Nevertheless, following giant crowd on the temple, supervisor Munish Sharma ordered the closure of the temple once more from October 19.

Senior district and police officers remained current on the temple complicated to make sure correct implementation of security protocols for Covid-19 when devotees began arriving on Sunday.