Strict actions against Muslim pilgrims for offering prayers at Mathura Temple: UP govt

Mathura: A case has been filed against four persons after they allegedly offered namaz at a temple in Mathura town of Uttar Pradesh. Faizal Khan, a resident of Delhi was visiting Braj Chaurasi Kos in Mathura. His posted prayers on the Nand Bhawan temple complex in Nandgaon and uploaded his pictures on social media. A case has been registered against four people in this case.

On the complaint of a temple servant, the local police accused the accused Faizal Khan, his Muslim friend and two Hindu friend for hurting religious faith, creating disharmony among religious sects, creating fear in the society. A case ahs been filed on charges like desecrating the place of worship. Barsana police station in-charge Azad Pal Singh has given information about this matter.

He has told that the servants of Nandabhavan have given information that on Thursday afternoon three youths reached Nand Bhavan, one of whom gave his introduction as Faizal Khan, who lives in Delhi. He told everyone that he too has an unwavering reverence in Lord Krishna, like the famous poet Rasakhan, and under his influence has embarked on a visit to Braj Chaurasi Kos. Visiting all the pilgrimage places in the yatra.

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