Lucknow: The Hindu Mahasabha has announced a sankalp yatra to install a statue of Lord Krishna at the Shahi Idgah Masjid in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh. Many other Hindu organizations have planned such demonstrations and programmes, which have led to the police administration there. Security has been tightened in the 'Yellow Zone' around the Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi temple and the Shahi Idgah Masjid complex there. The district administration has urged people not to make any controversial posts on social media.
Police have also warned of strict action against those spreading rumours and making provocative posts etc. In fact, the Hindu Mahasabha has announced the installation of the idol on December 6, the same day that the Babri structure was demolished in Ayodhya in 1992. Another Hindu organisation 'Narayani Sena' has announced that a march will be taken out from Vishram Ghat to Sri Krishna Janmasthan to remove the illegal shahi Idgah mosque. District Collector Navneet Singh Chahal has made it clear that no one will be allowed to disturb the peace.
The Director General of CRPF has said that the premises of Ibadatgah are carrying out all the activities. He said the suspects are looking into the security arrangements and law and order is likely to deteriorate. Some people have been arrested and Section 144 has been imposed in the area. There is also talk of 'sanctifying' the Shahi Idgah Mosque on December 6. In a report sent to the Central Government by the Director General CRPF on November 24, 2021, it has been stated that the situation in Mathura is not correct and some suspicious activities have been observed.