Udupi: Proposed Traffic Ban around Shree Krishna Math Gathers Momentum

Udupi: Proposed Traffic Ban around Shree Krishna Math Gathers Momentum

Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (RD/SMK)

Udupi, Feb 26: The proposed traffic ban around the vicinity of Shree Krishna Math has got people's approval in a recent feed back from the mass. The district administration thought of banning traffic movement around the famous Shree Krishna Math follwing a intelligence bureau report, that terrorists groups are targeting the Shree Krishna Temple. It is expected that district administration will take initiative to materialize the plan "Traffic free Car Street" within few days.

Earlier the district administration sought the feedback from the general public regarding the matter. In opinion poll majority of the mass voted for the traffic ban and only few against it.

In 2005 Central Intelligence Wing had recommended banning traffic on Cart Street, considering the safety issues of Shree Krishna Math and eight Maths. Hindu organizations and Math authorities supported the recommendation of the Wing.

Security has been tightened around the Shree Krishna Math while metal detectors screen the devotees passing through the entrance. District SP Deva Jyothi said, security initiatives will not be revealed as it is very important in safety issues.

He further added that A K 47 was provided only during "Paryaya" celebrations and those weapons are used in cubing operation against Naxalites. In this stage 303 riffles are provided for the security of the temple.


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